Sheriff Ed Gonzalez said on Twitter that the accident on Thursday took place in the 8500 block of Monterrey Pine Place, close to FM 2920. Gonzalez said that there were three passengers on the aeroplane. The third victim is in a severe condition, while the other two victims are stable. The mobile home’s porch looks to have been damaged, although the house wasn’t occupied.
What happened exactly in a plane crash of Tomball?
Less than two miles from Hooks Airport, on Monterrey Pine Place near FM 2920, this occurred.
The plane, according to officials, was from Tennessee. Before travelling to the Houston region, where it was supposed to land at Hooks Airport, it stopped in Louisiana to refuel.
The trailer’s porch was struck by the jet during the crash, but fortunately no one was inside, according to Harris County Sheriff Ed Gonzalez.
Three people are hospitalized in Tomball.
Authorities say a tiny plane that crashed into a mobile home in the Tomball region injured three individuals and sent them to the hospital.
Unknown are the whereabouts of the other two passengers. All of them were transported to The Woodlands’ Memorial Hermann. Unknown to the public, the plane was occupied by two men and a lady, according to officials.
Klein Fire Department helps multiple peoples
According to the Klein Fire Department, there are teams on the site and many people are receiving assistance from the police.
The fire department also mentions that Spring FD was sent to the scene to provide technical assistance.
Harris County passes statement regarding plane crash in Tomball
The aircraft’s aviation gas spilled around 75 gallons, according to the Harris County Fire Marshal’s Office.
Gonzalez stated that the principal investigation body is the Texas Department of Public Safety.
A team from ABC13 is in route to the location. As new information becomes available, we’ll keep updating this story.
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