A small plane was forced to make an emergency landing in a marshy part of the Delaware River on Saturday. Two people survived the crash, and now the airplane is stuck in the mud.
A small plane was brought down and landed on a road in Georgetown, Delaware Sunday morning.
The FAA says at about 5 p.m., a Piper PA28 that departed the Atlantic City Airport made a forced landing on a road near the airport.
New Jersey beachgoers were startled over the weekend to see a small plane flying overhead pulling a swastika banner.