Two people have escaped with minor injuries after a light aircraft crashed into a field and overturned.
Emergency services raced to the scene near Stebbing, Essex, at around 1pm on Saturday.
A man in his 80s and a woman in her 30s were hurt in the incident, according to the BBC.
Essex County Fire and Rescue Service said the aircraft was upside down when firefighters arrived.
The aircraft is thought to have taken off from Southend, and the Air Accident Investigation Branch is now investigating.
Incident commander Scott Meekings said: "There was a real risk of a fire starting due to the engine and fuel, but thankfully this didn't happen."
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Sgt Paul Gosling, who was at the scene, added: "This was an excellent response from all our partner agencies and our officers on the ground.
"Thanks to a co-ordinated multi-agency approach we were able to ensure everyone involved in this incident was able to leave this scene with only minor injuries."
Recent light aircraft crashes
A man in his 20s was killed when a light aircraft crashed in North Yorkshire in July.
The aircraft crashed in a field near Bagby Airfield in Thirsk, with no other passengers or crew members believed to have been present in the plane.
In August, there were another two incidents, with a light aircraft making an emergency landing on the busy A40 Golden Valley, near Cheltenham, on the 10th.
Emergency services were on the scene and police said no-one was injured.
But a man in his 70s was killed in a crash near a Grade II listed building in Essex on 21 August.
First responders discovered the man dead near Stanley Hall in Pebmarsh and police confirmed he was the only occupant.