At Least Two Hurt When Plane Lands Napa Highway

Authorities say at least two people were hurt when a small plane ended up on a highway near Napa County Airport.

California Highway Patrol spokesman Trent Cross says the plane hit a car as it made a crash landing on Highway 29 at 12:37 p.m. Sunday.

Federal Aviation Administration spokesman Mike Fergus had said earlier that the single-engine Beech aircraft lost power, made a "gear-up" landing at the airport and skidded onto highway, hitting the back of a car.

Two people were in the car and two people were on board the plane. The FAA says the two people in the car suffered minor injuries, but the CHP says four people were hurt. The CHP did not know the extent of their injuries.

The plane suffered what was described as "substantial damage."

The incident is being investigated by the FAA and the National Transportation Safety Board.