A small plane crash landed on Route 50 near the Bowie Highway Airport, Maryland, Thursday morning. Officially, it appears that the plane was trying to land at a nearby airport when it crashed into a highway car.
A small plane crash landed on Route 50 near Freeway Airport in Bowie, Maryland, Thursday morning, injuring two people and driving traffic for miles in both directions. Authorities say it appears the plane was trying to land at a nearby airport, but the pilot misjudged the landing and crashed into a highway car shortly before 11:30 p.m.
Two people were hit car, were taken to hospital with minor injuries, i. according to the County Fire and Prince George's EMS. Two people inside the plane were assessed for injuries but refused to be taken to hospital.
Motion cameras show a small plane on the shoulder of Church Road Road 50, along with large pieces of debris and a silver car with its front shattered.
– State Police (@MDSP) September 12, 2019
State troopers said they responded to the crash at 11:20 a.m. They said drivers should expect major delays along Route 50 in both directions at the scene of the crash.
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