Four people have been transported to local hospital after an airplane crash on a roadway near the Brampton-Caledon airport.
The incident took place on Monday evening in the neighbourhood of McLaughlin Road, between Old School Road and King Street at roughly 5:20 p.m.
The four-seater plane was attempting to land at the Brampton Flight Centre when it struck a tree and crashed on McLaughlin Road, according to OPP Constable Tamara Schubert in a news release.
The four people transported to local hospital sustained non-life-threatening injuries.
The Brampton Flight Centre is located at the Brampton-Caledon airport and runs pilot training programs.
The Transportation Safety Board of Canada is conducting an investigation.
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