KMGH-TV reported that the single-engine Piper PA32 crashed in the Anthem Ranch neighborhood of Broomfield before noon Sunday. according to the North Metro Fire District, no one on the ground was injured and no homes were damaged.
Sara Farris, a spokeswoman for the North Metro Fire, said it was pretty miraculous. The plane luckily didn’t hit the house. The neighborhood was about 20 miles north of Denver. It has dense subdivisions surrounded by large swathes of open space.
The plane took off from Erie Municipal Airport north of the crash site. It is not clear where he is going. Sunday’s fatal crash was the city’s second this month. One person was killed in the single-engine plane crash on May 11.
According to Broomfield police, the crash occurred in the Ranch Anthem neighborhood near Lowell Boulevard and Las Brisas Drive.
North Metro Fire confirmed that there were no survivors of the crash and two people were killed. No spectators were injured and no houses were damaged. Photos from the scene show that the plane crashed near many people’s homes.
Federal Aviation Administration stated that the single-engine Piper PA32 crashed near the intersection of Las Brisas Drive. Meanwhile, Anthem Road crashed around 11:50 AM. National Transportation Safety Board still on its investigation into the accident.
FlightAware lists the plane leaving Erie City Airp ort at 11:49 AM, it flies less than a minute and covers a distance of two miles. The intersection of Las Brisas Drive and Anthem Road was closed for several hours due to an investigation. The Anthem Ranch neighborhood is the south area of Erie Municipal Airport.
Nearly two weeks ago, police responded to another plane crash in Jefferson County in which one person was killed.