A two-passenger plane crashed and flipped upside down after landing in a field off Highway 99 near Manning and De Wolf avenues north of Selma Monday evening, the Fresno County Sheriff’s Office said.
One pilot received a cut above the eyebrow and the other passenger was unharmed, said Lt. Ron Hayes. They were taken to Kaiser Permanente Medical Center for evaluation.
The cause of the plane crash is still under investigation, but the pilots reported engine failure and had attempted to make their way to a small airport around 6 p.m. before making an emergency landing in the field, which caused the plane to flip upside down, Hayes said.
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