[Update 11:10 a.m. ET] A twin-engine airplane crashed into a house in western Pennsylvania Saturday, state police said.
Emergency dispatchers reported that the plane burst into flames when it hit the house, said CNN affiliate WTAE. The dispatchers said a family had been in the house but all of them escaped without injury.
Poilce said no bodies have been recovered from the crashed plane.
News footage showed firefighters at the scene in Westmoreland County's Bell Township and smoke rising from the obliterated house.
[Original post] A twin-engine airplane crashed into a house Saturday in Loyalhanna, a town in western Pennsylvania,
state police said. Residents of the home are accounted for but no one
has yet been recovered from the plane.
This story is developing; watch for updates.