Continental Plane Crashes Into Home In New YorkBUFFALO, N.Y. (AP) ―
New York state police say a 50-passenger commuter plane has crashed into a home in suburban Buffalo.
State Trooper John Manthey says the plane hit a house in Clarence around 10:10 p.m. Thursday. The house is engulfed in flames.
According to media media reports, the plane that crashed was Continental flight 3407 from Newark, N.J. to Buffalo.
According to the FAA, 48 people were on board the plane. There is no word about injuries at this time.
He says they don't know whether there were any passengers on the plane. They also don't know if there were any injuries in the home.
Manthey says the plane may have been headed to Buffalo Niagara International Airport. He says they have called the Federal Aviation Administration.
It was not immediately clear if weather was a factor in the crash. But throughout Thursday, Buffalo experienced gusty winds, rain and snow
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