Small plane crashes into roof of New England condominiums
METHUEN, Mass. — Police and emergency crews are responding to a plane crash in the city on Riverview Boulevard.
The plane has crashed into a building and can be seen sticking out of the roof. There was smoke coming out of the roof as well, but no flames were visible.
Methuen Plane Crash at 1 Riverview Pl pic.twitter.com/tNix719Zir— Kevin D White (@kdwfirephotos) February 28, 2017
The address was the location of Prides Crossing Condominiums. The complex has about 172 condo units that are a mix of townhouse and garden style units, according to its website.
It's not known whether anyone has been injured at this time.
The plane is a fixed-wing single engine aircraft and is registered to Alan Lavender, of Newburyport, Mass., according to FAA records.
NH1 News will update this story as more information becomes available.