EVERETT, Wash. -- Two small planes crashed at Paine Field on Friday afternoon.
Two men were on one plane that crashed just after 3 p.m.
The Federal Aviation Administration and Paine Field officials said the Cessna 172 ran through the airport perimeter fence onto 112th Street Southwest at the south end of the airport.
There were no significant injuries. But the small runway is closed while the fence is repaired.
The second crash occurred about 4 p.m. when an experimental plane had problems with its nose landing gear.
It had to land on a main runway without the nose gear down.
There were no significant injuries to the male pilot.