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Jet lodged in house after fatal crash in Indiana

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Firefighters and rescue workers at the scene after a small twin-jet aircraft crashed into houses in South Bend, Indiana on March 17, 2013.

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The front end of a Hawker Beachcraft Premier jet sits in a home on Iowa Street in South Bend, Ind. after crashing on March 17, 2013.

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The small twin-jet aircraft crashed into houses near the South Bend Regional Airport.

By Andrew Rafferty, Staff Writer, NBC News

A small, private jet crashed into three homes in South Bend, Ind., killing at least two people after a failed landing attempt Sunday afternoon, officials said.

Four people were on board the plane that reported electrical problems while attempting to land at South Bend Regional Airport, according to an FAA spokesperson. Two people on board the plane were killed and two others were injured, according to Andrew Todd Fox, chief crash investigator for the National Transportation Safety Board.

One person on the ground was seriously injured, according to officials. Read the full story.

A private plane experiencing mechanical trouble crashed on Sunday in a South Bend, Ind., neighborhood, killing two passengers and injuring two other passengers and one person on the ground. NBC's Kevin Tibbles reports.