Five People were killed and three were injured when a plane crashed into a house in California on Sunday.
Clint Langford, who lives about a half-mile (0.8 kilometers) away, said he was in his living room when he heard a low rumbling.
One firefighter suffered an ankle injury, Rossman said.
Debris was scattered over four blocks, Simpson said.
He told reporters Sunday that, according to preliminary radar data, the plane made a left turn, climbing to 7,800 feet, and went 10 miles out before making a "rapid descent" into the neighborhood. "And then all of a sudden boom".