Updated 10:34 p.m. ET
JACKSON, Miss.Authorities say all three people aboard a plane were killed when it crashed into a house in a Jackson, Miss., neighborhood.
The Piper PA-32 single-engine plane went down Tuesday evening in a neighborhood of modest, single-family homes near Hawkins Field Airport.
Hinds County Coroner Sharon Grisham-Stewart confirmed three people died. She said dental records or DNA would be needed to confirm their identities.
A hospital spokesman says one patient from the scene was in good condition at University of Mississippi Medical Center. He would not give details citing privacy laws.
Witnesses say large flames and black smoke rose about 50 feet from a burning house that was hit in the neighborhood of modest, single-family homes surrounded by big magnolia and oak trees about a half-mile from the zoo.
The FAA says the plane had just departed Hawkins Field Airport headed for Raymond, Miss., when it crashed. The airport authority told CBS affiliate WJTV in Jackson the propeller-driven aircraft had just left Hawkins Field on a routine flight when the pilot asked for permission to return to the airport.
Vivian Payne, who lives about six blocks from the crash site, said that about 5 p.m., she heard a loud bang that sounded different from an electrical transformer blowing.
"It shook the walls of my house," Payne said as she stood among ambulances, police cars and fire trucks, their lights flashing in the chilly night air.