Published: Thu, May 04, 2017
Sport | By Cecil Buchanan

Fiery plane crash caught on video; no injuries

Fiery plane crash caught on video; no injuries

A driver's dashboard camera was rolling when a small plane crashed through power lines and onto a highway Tuesday in Mukilteo, Washington.

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"When it was over, I wasn't sure if we were OK, if our van was OK".

Khal Nouri, who was stopped at a red light with his family, told KING the plane zipped over them. "He did a fantastic job", said Nouri.

The pilot and passenger were able to get out and were not hurt.

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