A small plane crashed into a residential neighborhood in East Palo Alto, California on Wednesday causing three deaths and several fires.

The plane, a twin engine Cessna 310 heading to Hawthorne Municipal Airport, crashed into homes on Beech Street and Pulgas in East Palo Alto, according to KGO News. Three people have been reported dead, all of them were aboard the small plane, a fire official said, the Los Angeles Times reported.

The plane's wing fell into a house and other parts of it fell in a daycare center, KGO reported. The daycare center and three vehicles caught fire, according to reports. Nobody inside the homes were seriously injured and none of the children had arrived to the daycare center when the crash occured, NBC Los Angeles reported.

The crash caused a widespread outage in the area, according to local newspapers.