Plane crashes in California parking lot, killing all five passengers

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The plane is registered to a San Francisco-based real estate consulting company, Category III, according to an FAA database.

Others included developer and pilot Scott Shepherd, 53, of Diablo, Lara Shepherd, 42, Floria Hakimi, 62, of Danville and Nasim Ghandan, 30, of Alamo.

All five victims have been identified in a deadly small plane crash on Sunday afternoon at an Orange County shopping mall two miles from John Wayne Airport.

Photos from the scene show the plane upright but on its belly outside the South Coast Plaza shopping center in Santa Ana, where wreckage was seen in front of a Staples store.

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The plane hit an unoccupied, parked vehicle on the ground, but the owner was in a store at the time of the crash, said Tony Bommarito, the public information officer with Orange County Fire Authority.

No one on the ground was injured, but an unoccupied auto in the parking lot was extensively damaged. The plane took off from Buchanan Field in Concord just hours before.

The harrowing final moments of a small plane that plummeted to the ground Sunday were captured on a dashcam video, as family members have identified one of the five victims in the tragedy.

The Federal Aviation Administration and the NTSB are investigating the cause of the crash.