▶️ Small plane crashes into flooded field in California


The California Highway Patrol responded after a plane crashed in a wet agricultural field in Castroville Sunday afternoon. That’s just south of San Jose.

CHP said the pilot was able to escape the plane using a parachute and landed near the southbound side of Highway 156. The pilot was taken to a local hospital and there is no word on their condition.

Officers said they got calls of a plane flying erratically around 2:06 p.m. The plane landed in the wet ag field and did not explode.

CHP said it was still unsure if the plane was flying in a north or southbound direction. CHP said nobody was in the area when the plane crashed.

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