Small plane crashes into car during emergency landing in McKinney, officials say

A small plane crashed into a car on Saturday afternoon after making an emergency landing in McKinney, Texas, according to Star-Telegram media partner, WFAA-TV.

Coming from Midland, Texas, the pilot was trying to make an emergency landing at Aero County Airport in McKinney, but was unable to stop the plane at the end of the runway, city officials told WFAA.

McKinney is about an hour northeast of Fort Worth.

The plane went through a fence and onto eastbound Virginia Parkway, where it collided into a car driving by, according to WFAA.

Paramedics examined three victims at the scene, two people who were in the plane and one who was in the car that was hit, officials said.

One victim was taken to a hospital to be treated for minor injuries.

Officials said Federal Aviation Administration investigators were headed to the scene to determine the cause of the crash.

The roadway will be closed for hours and drivers are advised to avoid the area