A small plane crashed at the Seminole State College driving track in Sanford, Florida Wednesday while sheriff’s deputies were training. Deputies noticed the plane flying over the driving track in Geneva at an unusually low altitude The sheriff’s office helicopter was unable to make contact with the plane, but heard its engine sputtering,
Everyone was ordered off the track and the pilot attempted to land, but was unable to bring the plane to a complete stop before crashing into a chain-link fence, Every Seminole County deputy getting tactical driving training Wednesday morning heard the radio call to get out of the classroom building.
"Clear the building, clear the building now, clear the building," the radio transmission said.
The plane came to rest yards away from a number of parked cars and the training facility building, deputies said. Deputies said the plane sustained significant damage, but nobody was injured.
The Federal Aviation Administration is investigating the crash.