Two days after the plane. Fell from the sky In a San Diego neighborhood, a newlywed couple stood by the rubble of their recently purchased home and spent the last 48 hours trying to understand the KTLA sister station. KSWB Reports
The plane also crashed. Two family houses. For newcomers Cody and Courtney Campbell, it was a home they had just settled in.
“Your mind goes through all the different things, all the ‘what happens’, all the other scenarios that could have happened and we’re just thankful that, you know, it’s not, and that we’re standing here today, Courtney said Wednesday.
“We were both at work. We just got a bunch of phone calls, a bunch of text messages – got home from work as soon as possible,” Cody said.
They found their one-story house destroyed. Despite the work of firefighters to put out the fire, he remained standing for a while in the accident.
The area was fenced off Wednesday when transport officials completed an investigation at their scene, leaving neighbors and news vehicles in the suburbs. Faced with a horrific reconstruction, the couple rushed to mention others affected by the crash, especially the one who lost his life.
“I can’t even think of Steve, the UPS driver, and the pilot … any of their loved ones, the feelings they’re going through right now,” Courtney said.
Campbell added that he was keeping a close eye on the recovery. Neighbors Phil and Maria Morris., Whose house also caught fire. The couple is expected to make a full recovery, even though they lost a lovely family dog.
Cody and Courtney said they were impressed by the selflessness and care they received from neighbors, beginning with their bravery in the moments after the plane crashed. Moments after the plane crashed, Maurice ran out of the back window to help. Terrible rescue that was caught in the video..
Campbell later learned that neighbors had fled to their burning home, fearing they needed to be rescued. A close friend of Cody’s lives on the street and managed to get rid of them, confirming that the couple was at work.
Another testament to the tight-knit neighborhood: Delivery driver Steve Kruger was at the top and bottom of the block with neighbors based on the first name.
“Being new to the neighborhood with us, we didn’t really know the UPS driver as everyone else did, but everyone says they knew Steve by his routes and he was here all the time, so Obviously there are hearts, our thoughts come to her family, “Cody said.
neighbour. Planned candlelight monitoring. Near the crash site to honor Kreuger on Thursday.
Although they only moved into their new home in May. They got married the same month. – Cody and Courtney have their roots in Centaur, everyone grows up and goes to high school there. He said he was not surprised to see a community rally around all the victims.
Even with this help, Camp Bells has a long way to go to revitalize life together.
“We’re still trying to figure it out. I’m still trying to figure out what happened,” Courtney said. “I don’t know if there’s a book that tells you what ‘A’ to ‘Z’ looks like. But we’re hoping that with the help of our friends and family and colleagues and the community we’ll be able to Can guess