A light aircraft has performed an emergency landing in a field in Lancashire.
Firefighters rushed to the scene after the plane came down in a farmer’s field close to the A59 at Parbold.
The light aircraft was carrying the pilot and one passenger, neither of whom were hurt.
A spokesman for Lancashire fire and rescue said: “We sent three fire engines and a drone to the scene.
“Firefighters have now located the aircraft and established that it landed safely in a farmer’s field near Mains Lane. There were no injuries.”