A small plane crash in a neighborhood of Denver left two people dead.

According to the reports, a single-engine Piper PA32 crashed into the Anthem Ranch neighborhood in the suburbs of Broomfield on Sunday afternoon.

The details showcased that no houses were damaged by the crash and no one on the ground was injured.

North Metro Fire Rescue District’s spokesperson Sara Farris stated that it was “pretty miraculous” that none of the homes were hit by the falling aircraft. The neighborhood is only 20 miles in the north of Denver which features very dense subdivisions and is surrounded by large open spaces.

“It’s hard for us as first responders and those of us in the community and residents to see this,” Farris said.

The fire department declared that the two people onboard had both died in the fatal crash. The aircraft crashed southwest of the intersection of east Baseline Road and Lowell Boulevard. The images coming from the scene showcased that the airplane was impacted on the Anthem Ranch Road and it crashed at the base of a spruce tree. Unfortunately, the engine was separated from the rest of the aircraft.

The plane had taken off from the Erie Municipal airport which is in the north of the location where the crash took place. It is still unknown where the small plane was destined to. This fatal airplane crash brings the tally of air accidents in this city within the month of May to 2. A single-engine plane crashed in the same city on 11th May killing one person on the spot.