A single engine Piper PA-28 plane crashed into a house near Helena Regional Airport in Montana, just before 12:30 p.m. on January 20.
According to Helena Assistant Fire Chief Ken Wood, the aircraft clipped a tree before it crashed into a section of house and a shed.
Two men, both in their 70s, were injured in the accident and were taken to St. Peter’s Hospital in Helena. Their identities have not yet been confirmed.
The homeowner James Samargo and his girlfriend Jennifer Loayza were inside the house at the time but remained unharmed.
The plane, registered to Robert Henry Koch and Kristina Koch of Helena, sustained heavy damage. Authorities said a power line was also affected in the wreck.
The FAA and the NTSB are investigating.