3 Good evening-- The moment that crash happened ... 3-months ago, the family who once lived inside, said they would never go back. And it seems, they never did. In fact-- Susan Crockett and her daughters, chose NOT to be present today, to watch crews remove the final pieces of their home. Susan was inside the moment the plane crashed, back in January. The pilot and his 2 passengers were killed. Investigators believe engine failure caused the plane to nosedive. Channel 4's Elizabeth Campbell was there for this final demolition of the home ... And joins us now in studio. Elizabeth? 3 3 It's hard to imagine what Susan Crokett is going through. The terrifying experience of the plane crashing into her home and now the emotional toll it's taking on her. I spoke with Crokett's attorney today and he said this has been so hard on her, that she will never be able to go back to the neighborhood that she once called home. 3 00-07 08-16 41-54 TRACK - This is what's left of Susan Crokett's old home.Today was the last step in getting rid of it.SOT - 00:48:08:19 We're sure it's a relief to the neighbors, but most importantly to Miss Crocket to just finally get some closure. The remnants of the disaster are finally being removed permanently.-- demolition day. Crockett was inside the home this past January when a Beech Bonanza H35 tried to make an emergency landing and crashed killing three people.She decided not long after, that she wouldn't be able to continue living there it was just too hard.We talked to her a few weeks after the tragedy and she described how horrible it's been for her ..SOT - 00:01:04:05 Not sleeping well. Having nightmares. sleeping a lot during the day.cant go back to work.loud noises scare, make me jump and scare me.TRACK - Crokett's family attorney Marc Dwyer says she's still affected by the acciden and doesn't want to return to a place that changed her life forever. Dwyer, though, was there to watch the pieces of the home slowly be destroyed and carried away. He says he knew from the beginning she wanted the house gone and Crockett says she feels blessed to be alive.SOT - 00:48:00:15 It was clear based upon how she was traumatized psychologically. She was not going to return to the residence nor anywhere else where planes may fly by.SOT - 00:01:29:01 To look at it or if i see a pic in the newspaper to think that i actually got out of there. Crokett's attorney said that yes the building being demolished will bring a sense of closure to the family, but that they unfortunately have a while until this is through. He can't begin his legal investigation until the NTSB has finished their investigation and he said that could take at least eight months. Elizabeth Campbell, Channel 4, thee local station.