Plane removed after crash landing into Danbury home

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DANBURY -

A plane was removed after it crashed landed into the roof of a Danbury home.

The incident happened Tuesday on Golden Hill Avenue before 6 p.m.

A woman and her two daughters were home at the time of the crash, and a pilot was flying the plane. No one was seriously hurt, officials say.

A special team had to be brought in to disable the emergency parachute inside the 2016 'Alisport Silent 2 Electro,' since it did not deploy during the crash.

Danbury Airport officials say it was the best possible outcome. 

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