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"Ran out of fuel last night wound up tangled in the power lines feet above a house on Long Island. Let's go live valley. Stream now with the latest and how this story ended from WCBS reporter, Sean Adams, Sean. Yeah. Happy ending utility wires acted like a safety net and kept a single engine Cessna from smashing into homes here on Clarendon drive in valley stream late last night at that time the plane careened over into a the the wires. He winds prevented the plane from vacc- striking the ground Nassau County. Police Commissioner Patrick Ryder three people on board that plane walked away with minor injuries on a return flight from Niagara. The pilot apparently difficulty landing in the fog four tempts at Republic airport to it Kennedy. Then as he circled around the plane ran out of fuel and came down in this residential neighborhood and valley stream, it clicked a church before coming to rest in the wires, which suspended the Cessna just a few feet off the ground. It's down on the ground now on somebody's lawn. Lightning has temporarily halted efforts to restrict the wires reporting live in valley stream, Sean Adams WCBS. Newsradio eighty six. Oh, six WCBS private mass at Fordham last night for the friends and the family of student who died after falling at the campus clock tower that Icahn ick thing that looms over the rose hill campus WCBS reporter Marla diamond there this morning in the Bronx and joins us live Marlin. And twenty two year old Sydney mon- freeze was just weeks away from graduation when she and some friends climb the clock tower Saturday night or Sunday morning at Keating hall,"