Two small planes in the U.S. collided in the air and landed miraculously, no one was injured

The United States two small aircraft 12 to land in the suburbs of Denver, Colorado, a small regional airport, a collision in the air. One of the aircraft was almost cut in half, the pilot of the other aircraft in time to unfold the parachute installed on board, so that the aircraft safely landed on land. Fortunately, no one was injured in the accident.

Arapahoe County (Arapahoe County) police officer Bartmann (John Bartmann) said: “These pilots can now buy lotto. I don’t remember anything like this ever happening, I mean, everybody got out of it okay, and that’s the amazing thing.”

The two planes were preparing to land at a small regional airport on the outskirts of Denver, Colorado, when they collided in mid-air. One of the planes was a Fairchild Metroliner twin-engine aircraft owned by Key Lime Aviation, which operates cargo planes in Colorado. (Click to watch related video)

The plane, which had only one pilot, landed at Centennial Airport despite severe damage to its tail section.

The other plane, a Cirrus SR22 single-engine plane with a pilot and a passenger on board, later deployed its red and white parachute and floated in the air before landing safely in a field near a home in Cherry Creek State Park, Bateman said.

He said the identity of the owner of the Cirrus aircraft is unclear.

The National Transportation Safety Board tweeted that it had sent someone to investigate the case.