3 injured after small plane collision in Texas

Two small planes collided while attempting to land at the San Marcos Regional Airport on Thursday evening.
1:05 | 09/25/20

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Transcript for 3 injured after small plane collision in Texas
We turn to the fury plane crash in Texas and how the passengers miraculously survived this collision. Kenneth Moton has the story. There's a plane that just crashed on the short final. Reporter: Overnight, two small planes colliding in a fiery crash. Oh, gosh. Yeah. Reporter: But miraculously all three people involved escaping with only minor injuries. They were both trying to make a landing at San Marcos airport in Texas near Austin, slamming into each other, leaving one in flames and the other flipped across the tarmac. We're still working out what happened exactly, but as I said, it was a collision that wound up with both the planes winding up at about the same spot. Reporter: Medics quickly arriving on the scene. Two taken to the hospital. One of the planes piloted by an instructor with a student on board while the other small aircraft just had a single pilot. One pilot was able to walk away from that crash scene. The FAA and NTSB are investigating this crash as they try to figure out how these planes collided, Michael. Thank you so much, Kenneth.

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