Inland Empire News
Chino plane crash injures 1, prompts FAA investigation
CHINO, Calif. (KABC) -- The Federal Aviation Administration is investigating a plane crash in Chino that injured one person.
It happened Friday morning when the pilot lost engine power while heading to Chino Municipal Airport. The single-engine Cessna 152 flipped over after striking a fence.
The impact tore apart one of the wings and badly damaged the other. A flight instructor and a student were onboard.
One of them was taken to the hospital with a head injury. The other refused treatment.
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