Owner of burned home given an ultimatum
BAKER- City leaders gave a homeowner less than three months to demolish his home after it burned when a plane crashed into it seven months ago.
Since the crash, the home has sat vacant and charred. Neighbors say it's an eyesore and want it torn down.
The pilot died when his plane fell from the sky and hit the house off Groom Road. No one else was injured.
The city could demolish the house if the homeowner does not.
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