Neighbors concerned after Danbury plane crash

Neighbors living in the vicinity of Danbury Airport are concerned after two recent planes crashed nearby.

There's still debris in the yard where the plane went down Sunday night. The homeowner's son says it's a miracle more damage was not done to the house itself.

Danbury Airport Administrator Paul Estefan says these were the first crashes in seven years.

Danbury's mayor says he's confident about the safety of Danbury Airport and the surrounding neighborhoods , but if authorities find any issues, the airport will address them.

Federal investigators said it will take at least six months to determine what caused the crash.

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