CLAIREMONT, Calif. (KGTV) -- A dog that went missing after a plane crashed into a home in Clairemont has been found.
The dog, named Charlee, went missing while on a walk after her owner, Alice Prince, said the plane crash caused a power line to snap, scaring Charlee.
Prince said Charlee was hit by a car shortly after running off. Charlee was found beneath a boat in someone's yard.
Prince said the dog is limping, but doesn't appear to have any major injuries.
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46-year-old Michael Zareski and 50-year-old Robert Stelling, of Southampton, N.Y. were killed when the single-engine plane crashed.
Two others on the plane at the time of the crash, the pilot and a third passenger, survived.
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The cause of the crash remains under investigation, but officials say the pilot tried to land in a schoolyard.
The victims were reportedly in San Diego for a veterinary conference.