VIDEO | Dash-cam video captures Clearwater plane crash

The plane was trying to land at an air park but fell short.

CLEARWATER, Fla. -- Two people escaped injury after the plane they were in crashed in Clearwater Sunday.

The crash happened around 10:20 a.m. on N. Keene Road between Sunset Point Road and Drew Street. 

The cause of the crash is not yet known.

The Federal Aviation Administration released the following statement:

"A Rockwell Commander 112 aircraft crashed on Keene Road while attempting to land at Clearwater Air Park Airport today at 10:30 am. Two people were on board. Local authorities will release names and conditions. The aircraft registration number is N1401J, look up the owner at www.faa.gov. The FAA will investigate."

Keene Road was closed for hours during the investigation.

"It sounded like all of our plates in our kitchen just fell over," said one neighbor, who lives near where the plane crashed. "We were thinking of, 'What if it hit us?'"

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