FAA: Plane struck auto after landing on Utah road

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Two people are okay after a small plane crashed into a vehicle while making an emergency landing.

Federal Aviation Administration spokesman Allen Kenitzer says the Beech A24 Sierra aircraft struck the vehicle after landing on the road in the northern Utah city of Roy, 30 miles (48 kilometers) north of Salt Lake City.

He was taken to the hospital, as was the woman driving the auto.

Investigators on the scene of a fiery plane crash on 1900 W near 4500 South in Roy, September 12, 2017.

Emergency responders helped the pilot get out of the burning plane.

Police tell Gephardt Daily that a 61-year-old male pilot was able to walkaway the crash, as did the 42-year-old female driver of the sedan.

The Ogden-Hinckley Airport confirmed the crash but did not have information on injuries. I said there's what - she just got hit by a plane.

Gwynn says investigators had few details about the plane and what caused it to go down. He said investigators were still trying to determine if the plane crashed into the auto or clipped it while trying to make an emergency landing.

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