CALABASAS, Calif. (WTVR) — One person has been killed and three others were left injured after a mid-air collision above Ventura County on Monday.
The FAA said radar confirms the two small planes somehow flew right into each other on what was a bright and sunny day in southern California.
KCBS reports both planes were small, single-engine Cessna 172s.
One crashed into a hillside near Calabasas and started a small fire.
The other made an emergency landing the middle of a golf course in Westlake Village.