LINDENWOLD, NJ (CBS) —  Officials say a small plane with two occupants crashed in a backyard in Camden County on Wednesday afternoon.

The crash happened on the 500 block of East Linden Avenue in Lindenwold, New Jersey.

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Camden County officials say both occupants have been extricated and were flown to Cooper Hospital and are recovering.

County Hazmat officials were on the scene and the FAA was notified.

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Wolf grabbed her daughter by the hand and ran to the scene. It happened around 1:15 p.m. on E. Linden Avenue across from the local fire department.

“You get crazy things that happen, but obviously you don’t see too many airplanes try to ditch in a residential area here,” said Mike Gallagher.

Local authorities say they do not know where the two men were going, or where they were coming from.

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