Pilot has lucky escape after plane crash off Fosse Way
A pilot had a lucky escape after his plane crashed into a field off the Fosse Way and flipped onto its roof.
The Cessna two-seater came down on Sunday February 4 near to the Compton Verney stately home.
Two fire engines, an ambulance and police were sent to the 120-acre estate shortly after 2.30pm.
Warwickshire Fire and Rescue Service, who shared pictures of the aircraft on social media, tweeted: "A pilot had a lucky escape this afternoon after making an emergency landing in a field just off the Fosseway near Compton Verney.
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"Two fire engines from Stratford and Alcester were quickly at the scene.
"Despite the plane flipping, the pilot walked away with just minor injuries."