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LANCASTER (CBSDFW.COM) – The Federal Aviation Administration confirmed a single engine plane with two people on board crashed tonight in Lancaster. Both the pilot and passenger survived. The passenger was injured and taken to the hospital.

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N849CD,  single-engine SR-22, clipped a power line 2 miles south of Lancaster, according to the FAA. Lancaster Fire said it was a  “high-power transmission” power line — 380,000 volts — and its occupants are “lucky to be alive.”

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The fire department is handling the grass fire caused by the crash and the road is blocked out near the rural stretch of land nearby.

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