According to the news, this accident sparked a huge fire that consequently killed 13 people.
Authorities reported that the plane crushed in Felixberto Serrano Elementary School, which was surrounded by shanty houses. The school was located near Annex 35 Subdivision.
It was said that the plane's crash caused a huge fire in the school, which spread to the surrounding shanties. At least 50 homes were gutted by the fire.
Ramon Gutierrez, head of the Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines (CAAP), said that the plane, a twin-engine Beechcraft Queen Air cargo carrier light airplane with tail number RPC-824, crashed after taking off from the domestic airport near Merville Subdivision.
Gutierrez said that the plane was bound for San Jose, Occidental Mindoro, where it was supposed to fetch a fish cargo. He said that after taking off, the plane's pilot requested for a rerun from the air control tower, citing mechanical trouble.
The plane crashed while on its way back to the airport.
Gutierrez said that the plane had three passengers, including a civilian and two pilots identified as Timoteo Aldo and Jessie Kim Lustica.
Gutierrez said that the plane that crashed has a capacity of six to eight passengers, including seats for two pilots.