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Investigations are continuing into an air crash in Cheltenham yesterday.
A Cirrus light aircraft was heading to Gloucestershire Airport when it crashed into the garden of a house in Up Hatherley. The 76-year-old pilot escaped unharmed.
A 76-year-old man has walked away uninjured after the plane he was flying crash landed into a garden in Gloucestershire.
The fire service was called to Langdale Road in Up Hatherley near Cheltenham just before 11 o'clock this morning. They found the aircraft lodged in a tree.
Police and paramedics say the pilot escaped unharmed - and the fact there were no further casualties was down to luck.
Ken Goodwin reports:
An eyewitness has described the scene as a plane crashed into a garden in Cheltenham earlier today.
Jeannie Bowers, 46, was standing in her partner's garden when she saw the incident unfold:
Simon Workman catches the moment a light aircraft lands in a garden in Up Hatherley, Gloucestershire.
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