Plane Crash Started a Fire

Plane crash started a fire in Nevada. One person was killed and three other people were injured after a small plane crashed on Sunday morning. Fire Department said that after plane crash flames grew and spread north from the wreckage, consuming surrounding brush. It sparked a call for additional resources to fight the fire and crews were working to contain the fire before it spread to nearby buildings.

The size and type of crashed plane were unknown. Eyewitness Sharon Foust said that she could tell the plane was flying too low as it roared past her home in Nevada. "I shifted my eyes towards the mountain and I knew it wouldn't be able to make it over," said Sharon. Skies in the area were mostly clear, and there were no significant weather conditions at the time of the plane crash, Clay Morgan of the National Weather Service said.

One of the four passengers was trapped in the crashed plane but was extricated within an hour by firefighters. Two passengers suffered burn injuries and were airlifted to hospitals. One of four passengers died on the scene.

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