A small plane crashed into a house in a Chicago suburb Thursday morning, according to the FAA.
There was no information on the condition of the people inside the plane.
The home wasn’t occupied at the time of the crash, CBS News has confirmed.
A video posted to Twitter showed smoke rising from the crash site.
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— Alex Monroe (@alexmaddper) July 21, 2016Joliet Fire Captain Jeff Allbert said that crews are responding to the crash. Allbert says crews are assessing the scene and putting out a fire.
Aerial television video of the crash site showed broken plane parts in the street and in the yard and driveway of a home.
Joliet is 40 miles southwest of Chicago.