DescriptionSmall plane crash Plane Crash On The 405 Freeway santa ana At John Wayne Airport 6/30/2017 CLICK HERE TO SUBSCRIBE 👉 https://goo.gl/RSgg5f small twin-engine airplane burst into flames as it crash-landed on the 405 Freeway in Santa Ana on Friday as it attempted to land at John Wayne Airport.Two people were on board the Cessna 310 when it crashed, according to Ian Gregor, a spokesman for the FAA.The plane had just departed from John Wayne Airport, when the pilot declared an emergency shortly after taking off, Gregor said. The pilot was trying to return to the airport when the crash occurred.Both occupants of the aircraft survived the crash and were rushed to local trauma centers, said Orange County Fire Authority Capt. Larry Kurtz. He said a man and a woman in their 60s and were pulled from the burning plane by an off-duty Avalon firefighter.The plane landed in the southbound lanes of the freeway, just north of MacArthur Boulevard — next to the airport — about 9:30 a.m., CHP Officer Latos Quin said.Images and video from the scene showed the belly of the aircraft slamming into the freeway and the plane bursting into flames as a tower of smoke rose above. The northbound lanes of the 405 were reopened by 10:15 a.m., and traffic was flowing normally.The plane crashed short of the airport runway, Gregor said. All arrivals to John Wayne Airport were closed temporarily but since have reopened, airport officials said. Departures were not affected.SANTA ANA, Calif. (KABC) -- Two people were injured after a small airplane crashed on the 405 Freeway near John Wayne Airport in Orange County on Friday, officials said.WATCH LIVE: Coverage of 405 Freeway plane crashThe plane, described by the airport and FAA as a twin-engine Cessna 310, crashed around 9:30 a.m., Orange County Fire Capt. Larry Kurtz said.The captain said two people aboard the plane - one male and one female - suffered traumatic injuries and were transported by helicopter to a hospital. The Orange County Global Medical Center confirmed it was expecting to receive multiple trauma patients.The plane only clipped one vehicle as it crashed on the freeway, an official told Eyewitness News, adding that this was "truly remarkable." No one on the ground was injured, and damage to the clipped vehicle was minimal.