A small plane crashed in the parking lot of a San Diego retail store on Wednesday, killing all five passengers on board according to BBC news.
The crash site is a little more than a mile away from John Wayne Airport.
An earlier version of this article said that the plane crashed in the parking lot of South Coast Plaza.
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Associates and friends have identified all five victims as Pacific Union agents bound for a Tom Ferry real estate conference when the aircraft's pilot reported an in-flight emergency and went down. The Orange County coroner's office released the names of Navid Hakami, 32, of Los Angeles; and Bay Area residents Scott Shepherd, 53; Lara Shepherd, 42; Floria Hakami, 62; and Nasim Ghanadan, 29. Footage and photos on social media showed the wreckage of a twin-engine Cessna aircraft.
The plane hit an unoccupied, parked vehicle on the ground, but the owner was in a store at the time of the crash, said Tony Bommarito, the public information officer with Orange County Fire Authority. In what local authorities call a miracle, no one was hurt on the ground.
Dashboard from a auto in the area shows the plane as it nose-dived to the ground.
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The plane is registered to Category III, according to an FAA database.
The Orange County Fire Department said the plane's engine cut out before it could make it to the airport. Investigators from the FAA and NTSB are trying to determine what caused the crash.
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