Pilot, 4 passengers identified after being killed in Santa Ana plane crash

5 killed after plane nosedived into California parking lot

Report: 5 killed in CA when plane crashes into parking lot

The crash came almost a year after a twine-engine plane taking off from John Wayne Airport burst into flames and crash landed on the 405 freeway. "It was nearly silent", she said.

No one on the ground was hurt when a twin-engine Cessna 414 aircraft clipped an unoccupied vehicle parked in the parking lot of a CVS store, about a mile northwest from John Wayne Orange County Airport, at about 12:30 p.m. Sunday.

Another was 29-year-old Nasim Ghanadan, who saw Hakimi as a mentor in the real estate industry, Ghanadan's brother said.

The Shepherds have two children, according to Lara's profile on the real estate site.

"Our entire Pacific Union family is mourning the loss of our colleagues, family and friends", CEO Mark McLaughlin said in a statement.

Witnesses and fire officials said there was no explosion when the plane slammed into the ground.

The 1973 Cessna 414 was registered to Category III Aviation Corp.in San Francisco company and had flown from the San Francisco Bay area suburb of Concord, according to FAA records.

The plane crashed just a block away from South Coast Plaza, a large mall.

The fire department is on scene.

Bystanders told journalists they saw the plane falling nose-first.

The single-engine aircraft bounced while attempting to land at the Montgomery Field Airport around 5.25pm local time, became airborne again and then crashed in a nearby Costco parking lot, said Federal Aviation Administration spokesman Ian Gregor. A phone call to the company was not immediately returned.

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