Two men and one woman, all in their 30s, were killed when their small plane crashed into the Hermantown, Minnesota home, said police, writes The US Sun.
The Cessna 172 disappeared from radar shortly before midnight and first responders were able to find the wreckage after the small aircraft hit the second floor of a home. A large hole was left in the roof and side of the building and the plane eventually crashed in the backyard. Shockingly, none of the residents inside the home were hurt.
The victims were identified as Tyler Fretland, 32, and siblings Alyssa Schmidt, 32, and Matthew Schmidt, 31. Fretland was the pilot of the place, said officials.
The Federal Aviation Administration and the National Transportation Safety Board are investigating the scene of the crash.