MOSCOW (Sputnik) — A single-engine Piper PA-18 monoplane carrying a banner has crashed into a crowded beach in the seaside resort city of Carlsbad in the US state of California, local media reported Saturday, citing Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) officials.
According to NBC 7 San Diego, the aircraft flipped over after landing, injuring a 12-year-old boy with its debris.
The teen was later transported to San Diego’s Children’s Hospital, media outlet added.
The 23-year-old pilot on board was safe and sound, according to NBC 7.
The plane belonged to the firm Air Ads, located in the US city of El Cajon.