HOLLYWOOD, Fla. — A small plane with two people on board crashed Thursday afternoon in the Everglades in Broward County, according to the FAA.
The crash occurred in a field about 10 miles west of Hollywood, Florida around 12:45 p.m.
Aerial video showed a single-engine Cessna 172 landed on its roof.
The city of Weston tweeted that the two people on the plane suffered only "mild injuries."
Airboats responded to the scene to assist in the rescue.
The FAA said they are investigating the incident, and the National Transportation Safety Board has been notified.
#BSO Fire Rescue Weston is advising and responding to a small aircraft crash in the Everglades. The pilot reported the location as ¼ mile south of Mile Marker 35 near Everglades Park. There are two individuals on board total, mild injuries. pic.twitter.com/FiJkAZjRHu— City of Weston (@CityofWeston) August 27, 2020