I heard a report on KCAL9 News in LA that the mailman had just delivered at that house and he was only three or four houses away when he saw it coming down. What a scary visual that would be, especially since some mailmen usually know the residents they deliver to regularly pretty well.
82 people died. 15 were in the area of the crash. I remember the news interviewing a guy who had gone out to the store to pick some stuff up when the plane hit his house, killing everyone inside. Very scary...
I remember the Cerritos crash from when I was a kid and we had just moved to Southern CA. That was a horrible accident that lead to a lot of changes in the airspace layout of the LA Basin.
Looks like this San Diego crash killed the whole family of the guy who owns the house. I can't even comprehend how bad that must be for the guy. It's something you think about when you live in the vicinity of an airport as airplanes come and go (we used to have cargo planes over us all the time when Norton AFB was an active base). I also feel bad for the pilot, assuming that the crash wasn't his fault. At some point you have zero control and can do nothing but get out. It's got to be horrible knowing that your aircraft wiped out a couple kids and their mom.