Watsonville: Planes collided each other in Northern California. The accident took place at the Watsonville Municipal Airport at 3 pm on the day before while the planes were landing.
The Cessna 340 twin-engine plane had two people and the Cessna 152 single-engine plane had only one pilot at the time of the accident, said the Federal Aviation Administration.
It is reported that both the planes crashed in the accident. However, it is not yet clear whether any of the three people in the two planes are alive. The Federal Aviation Administration said there were no reports of injuries to anyone at the airport in the crash. The National Transportation Safety Board and the FAA are conducting a detailed investigation into the cause of the crash.