The pilot and passenger of the small aircraft have survived the plane crashing into the roof of a house in Argentina.
Roberto Mendez was taking his afternoon siesta when the plane crashed into his bedroom.
"I got scared and ran out of the room to downstairs. And when I realize a bit of what was happening I went back and saw that a lot of gasoline was coming in and dripping all over. So I went back down to cut the electricity in fear of a fire starting. And then I went up and saw the two crew getting out of the small plane and the hole in my roof of my house which was completely destroyed. All the furniture is broken and there is gasoline everywhere. And I am just freaked out. I got scared. It was frightening." Mr Mendez said.
The aircraft took off at a nearby flying club but soon began to lose altitude.
The pilot, 59-year-old Guillermo Thomas and his passenger, 53-year-old Remilly Molini were treated for minor injuries and quickly released from a nearby hospital.
Firefighters have cordoned off the home saying the Star Light LV-X-207 aircraft had caused structural damage and the house could still collapse.