Hampshire light aircraft crash men in 'stable' condition

The aircraft following the crash The aircraft crashed in woodland near the A303

Two men are in a "stable" condition after their light aircraft crashed in Hampshire woodland.

The pilot, 44, and passenger, 60, were hurt when the aircraft came down on Saturday afternoon in woods south of Popham Airfield near the A303.

A spokesman from the flying club at Popham Airfield said they are being treated at Southampton General Hospital.

The pilot suffered minor injuries while the passenger has suspected fractures.

It is not known where the men had taken off from or where they were travelling to when the aircraft came down.

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