Homebuilt plane crashes in Mariposa County
FRESNO, Calif. (KFSN) -- A plane has crashed in Mariposa County. The FAA says a homebuilt, experimental plane had smoke in the cockpit and made an emergency landing in a cow pasture around 2:30 Tuesday afternoon.
It's located near White Rock Road and Beach Road. The plane caught on fire but neither of the two people on board were injured.
The aircraft is registered to a person from Glendale in LA County. The crash sparked a small brush fire that continues to grow at this hour.
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