Small Aircraft Crash in Amberhill Community Near Interstate 15
RIVERSIDE COUNTY, CA (January 13, 2018) – A small aircraft crashed in the Riverside County Hills on Saturday afternoon around 12 PM.
The plane was found in Amberhill, a community just north of Lake Elsinore and west of Interstate 5. Two people were discovered inside, both with minor injuries. Paramedics inspected the victims, but they declined to be transported to a hospital.
A news release from Cal Fire/Riverside County Fire Department spokeswoman, Jody Hagemann, stated that a power pole was damaged and was reported to be repaired by Southern California Edison.
The crash prompted a power outage in surrounding areas. Reports show that 175 people initially lost power, with only 37 people without power in the area around 3 PM. Power was restored around 12:15 AM the following day.
People were advised to avoid the downed power line on Bosley Lane between Colt Drive and Crilly until a few hours after the incident.
No other injuries or damages were reported.
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