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A small plane crashed into a home in California Saturday, killing at least two people. The plane hit a house in Clairemont, a neighborhood in San Diego, according to the San Diego Fire-Rescue Department.

The two people who were killed were inside the plane. Two additional people were also being treated for injuries, SDFD said.

The single-engine plane, a six-seat Beech BE36 Bonanza, previously took off from Montgomery Field about a half mile away from the house, KSWB reported, citing Allen Kenitzer with the Federal Aviation Administration. Four people were on the plane at the time, two of whom died.

The family who lived in the home were not inside at the time of the crash, the San Diego Union-Tribune reported. Their small dog, however, was inside and died.

The crash caused a subsequent fire on the street, which was put out by firefighters. Videos posted on social media showed the house in flames while first responders were on scene.

The pilot of the plane reported a “catastrophic engine failure” after taking off, said San Diego Fire-Rescue Department Chief Brian Fennessy, according to WKRP.