Two-seater aircraft crash-lands in Lancaster

A two-seater plane has crash-landed in Lancashire, the fire service said.

A man and woman were on board the light aircraft when it landed near a golf club in Caton Road, Lancaster at about 14:30 BST.

The man was trapped after the crash but the woman was freed by bystanders. There were no major injuries but they were both taken to hospital.

The man is believed to have been taken to Royal Preston Hospital by air ambulance, due to access to the site.

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