Two people were injured when a small plane made a rough landing near a Homestead airport Monday.
The incident was reported in the 28700 block of Southwest 217th Avenue.
Officials said two people, a pilot and passenger, were on board the single-engine Piper plane when the pilot lost control during landing. The plane bounced and came to a rest near a fence.
Footage showed the small plane in a grassy area next to a canal near Miami-Homestead General Aviation Airport.
One person was airlifted to Jackson South while the other person was taken by ground, Miami-Dade Fire Rescue officials said.
Family members told NBC 6 the 56-year-old pilot was in critical condition. They didn't want to give his name because some relatives haven't been notified.
No other information was immediately known.
Check back with NBC 6 for updates.