- Associated Press - Thursday, September 14, 2017

ROY, Utah (AP) - A Utah woman recovering from a car crash thought a cement truck plowed into her vehicle. It wasn’t until she was sitting on a sidewalk that she realized her car had been struck by a plane.

The family of Samantha Sandoval says it’s a miracle she walked away with only scrapes and a broken pinkie after a plane made an emergency crash landing Tuesday, sparking a fire on the plane and the rear half of Sandoval’s black sedan.

Roy police say bystanders helped Sandoval out of her car following the accident, and an off-duty Ogden police officer who was nearby helped the pilot out of the cockpit.

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The name of the pilot has not been released. Roy police say the man was largely unharmed in the crash.

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