ROANOKE, Texas - The Federal Aviation Administration is investigating an accident involving a single-engine plane and a sport utility vehicle at the Northwest Regional Airport on Saturday morning.
According to WFAA.com , William Davis' wife was filming the landing of the 2005 Cessna Skyhawk pilot, as Davis was completing his first solo round trip as a pilot.
The Skyhawk's landing gear struck a 2008 Volvo SUV owned by Frank and Heather Laudo of Flower Mound, Texas. The impact punched a hole in the SUV.
The Laudos were taken to a hospital for non-life threatening injuries. Davis, who was just four weeks away from receiving his pilot's license, says he is done flying.
Video of the incident appears to show the the Laudos not heeding the words "stop" painted on the private road. The plane, traveling at 65 miles per hour, then hits the roof of the SUV before skidding off the runway and into a grassy area.
Airport management says drivers are required to stop at the "stop" sign when the runway is active. The Laudos told WFAA that they never saw the plane even though it was only feet away from their vehicle.
Saturday's crash was the fourth accident linked to Northwest Regional Airport in the past six weeks. The other three involved crashes after takeoff that killed six people and injured one.
Watch the video of the crash below, or at youtu.be/yWbg8UH50fA .
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