A man has been airlifted to hospital after his plane crash-landed near Royston.
The pilot, believed to be in his 50s, was taken to Addenbrooke's after the single-seater light aircraft came down in a field near Newnham Way, in Ashwell.
His injuries have been described as "serious".
Hertfordshire police were called to the crash at 6.20pm.
Two fire crews from Baldock, one from Royston and a rescue support unit from Hatfield attended the scene by 7pm.
On arrival they found a single-seater light aircraft had crashed in a field near the residential street.
The pilot was said to be injured but not trapped in the plane. He was taken to hospital by air ambulance.
The plane’s fuel tank had detached, but there was no fire at the site.
The man's flight plan and the reason for the crash is unknown at this time.