A young man at a pool party said that before the plane turned sharply and landed at the Phoenix House in the nearby suburbs, he felt that a burning plane was destined to drive towards him, destroyed most of it, but hurt its occupants.
Villagas said that when he heard a loud explosion, he was in the pool and within seconds he noticed that the plane was moving in his direction.
But the plane did not come.
It makes a sharp turn to the left.
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Villagas ran to the front yard and saw a skydiving man come to an empty space.
His feet were still wet and his shoes were untied.
Villagas ran to the field, skipped a brick wall and shouted out the man who had just landed.
It turned out that the man was a pilot. After his small plane caught fire, he asked for help earlier. Cagle-
Villegas ran to gethelp and came back to find that the pilot who had not yet identified himself was standing.
He walked him to a house.
Villagas and homeowners are calling for help.
On Saturday, at a local market, a thrilling fireworks skydiving event showed a sad scene.
The plane landed at Gilbert's house in Arizona and Peter and sharenbo were watching TV and the plane crashed into their home, but they could go out safely with the dog, KPHO, a Phoenix affiliate of CBS, reports.
"We thank God for being alive," Sharon said . ".
"We do this every day.
Half of the plane flew into the house and the other half was in the backyard.
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On September 18, 2016, the pilot of the burning aircraft later identified as Ryan Kilgore entered the tower by radio and said, "the wing is on fire, the plane is on fire, just after he jumped off the plane by parachute, the plane crashed into a home in the suburbs of Phoenix.
But at some point,
The Cessna engine carrying divers caught fire.
While the pilot was still under the control of the crashed plane, the paratroopers jumped and landed at their intended location.
"I have an emergency," he said . ".
The tower operator asked him if he could land at the airport near Chandler and Mesa.
Until a pilot from Southwest Airlines told the tower: "The plane crashed.
By then, the pilot had jumped off the plane and parachuted to the ground on a burned field.
The drone flew directly into the couple's house.
The wreckage was removed from the crash site on Sunday, and a spokesman for the National Transportation Safety Commission said there was no information about the cause of the crash.
NTSB spokesman Keith Holloway said the preliminary report of the accident should be released within a week or two.
Elman said the pilot was hospitalized for burns, but details of his injury were not yet available.
Constitution Week spokesman Seth Banda said the Arizona Skyhawk parachute had been skydiving for three or four years at the fair.
He said the parachutists completed their jumps and landed at their intended location as expected.
Fireworks skydiving is a niche market, and according to John Hart, one of the leaders of the fastrx team performing around the world, only about 40 people across the country do so.
Pyrotechnics vary, but performances usually include parachutists tying fireworks or sparks to their legs and jumping out of the plane.
According to Hart, fireworks skydiving has become more and more popular in the past 15 years or so, and his team and others often perform at major sporting events, celebrations and European and Chinese performances in July 4.
However, because the parachute is flammable, the risk of jumping with fireworks is high.
Hartsaid says usually sky divers have to take a bigger plane than normal and jump from at least 12,000 feet m in the air in groups of four to six so they can deploy safely
Explosives are usually connected via Bluetooth, so that only one parachuter has to deploy fireworks and fireworks explode at the same time, exploves said.
Some performances require divers to set off up to 100 pounds of fireworks on their legs, Hart said.
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If an explosion occurs, the flame retardant blanket on their legs.
Special permits and training are also required to set off fireworks.
The website and Facebook page of the SkyhawksParachute team in Arizona have been closed.
Federal Aviation Administration spokesman Allen Kinetzersaid said NTSB is leading an investigation into the cause of the crash and has filed an investigation with NTSB. CBS 5 -
Kpho faa online records show that the aircraft was registered at aChandler business.
A Tempe woman listed as a contact for the business did not immediately respond to messages sent via Facebook.