SNOHOMISH — No injuries were reported after a small plane with two people aboard landed in a farm field on Saturday afternoon south of Snohomish, the Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office said in a release.
The plane flew out of Harvey Field and climbed to about 700 feet before losing power. The pilot made an emergency landing in a farm field just off Highway 9.
The field was freshly plowed and planted, causing the plane’s front landing gear to collapse in the soft dirt. The pilot and passenger exited the plane and reported no injuries, the Sheriff’s Office said.
The National Transportation Safety Board will investigate the incident.