Randolph Sherman, 72, killed in plane crash in Santa Fe, New Mexico
It is unknown how many people were on board, but the Federal Aviation Administration identified the plane as a Cessna 310, which holds between four and six people.
"The pilot called the tower and said that they had a left engine failure. Approximately 30 seconds to a minute later, the plane went down," New Mexico State Police officer Wilson Silver said.
State police say 72-year-old Randolph Sherman was the pilot of the aircraft that crashed into a home near El Sol Court and the I-25 frontage road in Santa Fe.