A closeup view of the tail of the plane that crashed into the Northglenn home.
A small plane crashed into a home in Northglenn on Monday, causing the house to catch fire.
Fire crews are seen working to mop up the last flames at the Northglenn crash site.
The North Metro Fire District shared this photo of the crash scene from ground level.
Authorities say the plane that crashed into the home was pulling a banner before it crashed. That banner was spotted by AIRTRACKER7 in someone's yard near the crash site.
Smoke can be seen coming from the home on the 11000 block of East Livingston Drive in Northglenn after the crash.
The plane is upside down and most of it can be seen through the second-story roof of the home.
A closeup view of the damage at the home.
Fire crews are seen spread out around the home looking for hot spots at the plane crash site.