The Maine medical examiner's office has identified the pilot who was killed when his small plane crashed into a house in Biddeford and burst into flames.
Officials say 71-year-old Edward L'Hommedieu (LA-muh-DOO') died Sunday when his twin-engine Cessna clipped a tree and landed on a house, setting off a fire that destroyed the home and the plane. He was flying from White Plains, N.Y., to Portland and was stopping in Biddeford to see a friend along the way.
L'Hommedieu is from North Yarmouth.
His son, Chris L'Hommedieu, says his father had a pilot's license before he had a driver's license and flew B-52s and FB-111s during the Vietnam War.
The medical examiner's office says the cause and manner of death haven't been determined.