Pilot dies after crashing plane into his home

A man in Utah who stole a plane and crashed it into his own home reportedly called his biological children to tell them to get out of the house before the incident. ABC News' Danya Bacchus reports.
1:58 | 08/14/18

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The right now with federal investigators looking into the crash of the second stolen plane this time in Utah police say a pilot deliberately crashed a plane into his own home. Just hours after domestic violence charge. A friend LB BC news overnight that he warned his two biological children from a previous marriage to stay away from the house. Here's ABC dot inbox with. No the whole house. Oh my gosh. Investigators in Utah on now trying to figure out why 47 year old Dewayne down with allegedly stolen plane from the company he works for. And deliberately crashed it into his own home with family members inside. Officials say on Sunday gal who was booked on domestic violence charges and made bail then two hours later they got the call. Yeah Al described as inexperienced pilot died in the crash his wife and a child were able to escape. Yelled two daughters still processing what happened I'm still disbelief. Meantime over the week gained in Seattle another bizarre plane crash. It borders so I. Go a little bit. Authorities say Richard Russell a baggage handler for horizon air stole a passenger jet from Seattle sea tac airport. Managing to take it on a 75 minute joy ride before crashing. Broken. Got sister's letters aghast and never really do think you'll back. Russell didn't have a pilot's license and no known experience flying the FBI says he has no ties to terrorism. Airport authorities say he passed federal background checks even action are security measures at that airport. Authorities now reviewing the recover data recorders from that plane hoping it will provide insight into how Russell was able to still an airplane. At one of the nation's busiest airports. Don you back is ABC news Los Angeles.

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