A small airplane crashed nose-first into an airport constructing in Southern California on Monday.
The only-engine Cessna 172 crash at Lengthy Seashore Airport was reported shortly after 2:15 p.m. in what gave the impression to be a hangar.
The crash occurred whereas the pilot was practising takeoff and touchdown, the Federal Aviation Administration instructed Fox Information Digital.
SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA AIRPLANE CASH KILLS 1, INJURIES 3 OTHERS
Firefighters collect on prime of a constructing at Lengthy Seashore Airport subsequent to a small airplane with its nostril buried within the constructing. (KTTV)
The pilot was the one individual on board the Cessna airplane and suffered minor accidents, Fox Los Angeles reported.
It was unclear what induced the crash. Footage from the scene exhibits the airplane on prime of the constructing with its nostril buried in it. The airplane was surrounded by firefighters.
The scene the place a airplane crashed at Lengthy Seashore Airport on Monday. (KTTV)
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Fox Information Digital has contacted town and airport. The FAA is investigating the incident.
Small airplane crashes on roof of Southern California airport, buried nostril first
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