Many on the ground call themselves lucky following plane crash

No homes were badly damaged following the plane crash in Morris County earlier today, but debris was seen in yards throughout the area.

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Some homeowners who live nearby told News 12 New Jersey they saw smoke and thought that the crash was an earthquake. Many say they consider themselves lucky following today's crash.

A lot of the debris, including the tail landed in nearby residential neighborhoods. On Spring Brook Avenue in Morris Township, pieces fell on roofs and in trees.

With Morristown Municipal Airport just a few miles away from where the crash occurred, many of the people News 12 New Jersey spoke with said they are used to planes flying overhead.

However, many agree it'll take some time to get comfortable with those noises again.

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