Amazingly, no one was seriously injured, either in the plane, on the ground, or in the 3-4 vehicles that were clipped as it crashed landed in the middle of street, and slid into a bus lane while on fire. http://www.king5.com/news/local/small-plane-crashes-in-mukilteo/436150277 For those outside the area, Mukilteo is just west of Paine Field, where Boeing conducts flight tests for their wide-body aircraft (747, 767, 777, 787) produced in Everett. Paine Field is also used by many private pilots, as well as the US Air Force, who periodically perform touch-and-go's for their EA-18 aircraft from Whidbey Island. In other words, it's a very busy air field. This incident appears to be a case of engine trouble soon after take-off, and it appears by either dumb luck or pilot skill that the plane, after clipping the power line, was able to be put down in the middle of the road, and not in contact with any buildings, including the gas station just north of the crash site. Luckily, the worst things that happened were the power was out to most of the area for less than an hour, and a huge traffic jam ensued, as this occurred at 3:45 pm, just as rush hour was starting to spool-up.