Breaking News: A plane has crashed into a Roy, Utah neighborhood Sunday night. Two homes are ablaze. Dispatchers confirmed that the homes in the area of 2000 West and 4300 South are on fire. Eyewitnesses state that a third residence may be on fire as well. The crash site is southwest of the Ogden-Hinckley Airport. Fire crews and rescue workers are evacuating the area.
Power outages are being reported in the surrounding neighborhoods in the smaller town of Roy, Utah; just south of Ogden. News is sketchy at this time. It is unclear if there are any fatalities. Residents are urged to stay tuned to their local television and radio news stations for further details.
More details will be released as rescue workers arrive at the scene. It is not clear at what time the accident occurred, but believed to have happened within the hour. (This report is written at 7:10 pm). Fire and emergency crews have arrived at the scene. It is not known what type of aircraft hit the homes or why. There has been no information about the occcupants of the plane, its crew and passengers.
There are no known casualties, but news is fresh. News crews are on site to review the area, assess the damage to buildings and possible casualties and injured persons. All those in the surrounding area should stay tuned to their local news stations for information about the crash and the impact it may have on them.