UPDATE - New pictures show aftermath of plane crash 

TWO people in a plane were lucky to escape without serious injuries after crashing into a warehouse on Tuesday afternoon.

Oxfordshire Fire and Rescue Service said it was 'working to bring an incident under control' at a farm near Enstone Airfield after the aircraft ploughed into a large building. 

The Thames Valley Air Ambulance, an ambulance and a rapid response vehicle were sent to the scene at about 2.20pm.

Police also attended after the incident at Woodview Farm, along with six fire engines. 

South Central Ambulance Service said two occupants of the aircraft sustained minor injuries. The pilot was treated at the scene.

The co-pilot sustained minor burns to their arm and they were taken to the John Radcliffe Hospital in Oxford.

Thames Valley Police said nobody on the ground was injured but a number of chickens housed in the farm building died. 

Oxford Mail:

Picture: Google Maps

Paul Fowler, of AceSquadron, based at Enstone Airfield, said this afternoon: “There has been an incident near the chicken farm on the edge of the airfield.

“We understand the emergency services are dealing with it and several fire engines are on the site.”

People nearby were being advised to avoid the area.  

The Air Accidents Investigation Branch has been informed.