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Incredible moment LAPD rescues bloodied pilot who crashed his small plane onto train tracks

Airplanes, trains, cars: A wonderful moment when the Los Angeles Police Department rescues a bloody pilot who crashes a small plane into a railroad track a few seconds before the train crashes into an aircraft and destroys it.

  • Police officers broke open the pilot from the plane just seconds before the pilot was beaten
  • The Cessna 172 crash landed on a railroad track just outside Whiteman Airport.
  • The pilot was hospitalized and his condition was not immediately known
  • The FAA and NTSB are under investigation.Cessna 172 can cost as much as $ 438,000










A shocking video shows a Los Angeles police officer rescuing a bloody pilot from a small plane that crashed and landed on a railroad track a few seconds before being hit by an oncoming train on Sunday afternoon.

According to a video shared by police, police officers broke open metal debris and pulled an unidentified pilot from the destroyed Cessna 172.

They finally rescue the pilot-he can’t walk and looks like blood is pouring from his head-and drags him off the railroad tracks.

“Go, go, go, go, go,” the policeman shouts. After 6 seconds, the oncoming Metrolink train will go straight on the aircraft.

The pilot was taken to the hospital in unknown condition. According to Sacramento Station KCRA, no other injuries were reported and he was the only one on the plane.

Police rescued an unidentified pilot a few seconds before the crashed plane crashed into the train

Unidentified pilot was hospitalized after the crash on Sunday afternoon

After the crash on Sunday afternoon, the pilot was hospitalized in an unknown state.

He couldn't walk because a policeman pulled him out of the wreckage and dragged him out.

He couldn’t walk because a policeman pulled him out of the wreckage and dragged him out.

According to one report, the train finally crashed at around 2:30 pm.

According to one report, the train finally crashed at around 2:30 pm.

According to the Federal Aviation Administration, the plane took off from Whiteman Airport in the Pacoima district of Los Angeles and crashed onto the railroad tracks at 2:10 pm on Sunday.

The crash site is just outside the airport and the cause is unknown.

The Los Angeles Police Department tweeted on Sunday night. ‘Foothill officers have demonstrated heroic and swift action by saving the lives of pilots who made an emergency landing on the tracks of San Fernando Road. Osborne Street just before an oncoming train collides with an aircraft.

The FAA and the National Transportation Safety Board are investigating the accident.

According to officials, Metrolink’s service has been suspended and road traffic has been diverted in the area, about 20 miles northwest of downtown Los Angeles.

KCRA reports that the site photos showed a single-engine aircraft landing with its wings and nose in contact with the pavement along the railroad tracks.

The Cessna 172 is a single-cylinder, four-seat airplane. Prices range from $ 369,000 to $ 438,000, depending on the upgrade, according to Flying magazine.

Six seconds before the train arrived, officers acted swiftly to pull the pilot out of the plane.

Six seconds before the train arrived, officers acted swiftly to pull the pilot out of the plane.

According to FAA, the plane took off from Whiteman Airport on the outskirts of Pacoima.

According to FAA, the plane took off from Whiteman Airport on the outskirts of Pacoima.

After the accident, the MetroLink service was suspended and road traffic was detoured.

After the accident, the MetroLink service was suspended and road traffic was detoured.

According to The Mercury News, the plane is owned by a resident of Santa Clarita and has a valid registration until May 2025.

The plane crashed at around 2:10 pm and collided with the train about 20 minutes later.

I stayed on the track at 3 pm.

Its engine and parts of its fuselage were scattered across the crash site, along with broken railroad signs. Firefighters contained a small amount of fuel leaking from it.

The pilot was taken to the hospital, but his condition is unknown.

The LAPD and FAA did not immediately respond to requests for comment from the DailyMail.com.

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