In new York, the plane fell during the Second world war

A small plane crashed in the Hudson river in new York. About this in his Twitter said police spokesman Peter Donald.

[email protected] on scene with the small plane crash in the Hudson River. pic.twitter.com/3IJV7QmsU1

The plane crashed near the USS Intrepid Museum exhibit of sea, air and space “Intrepid”, which is located on the banks of the Hudson. To the place of profit rescuers.

The coast guard suggests that on Board the plane were only one person, writes the New York Times, citing a representative of the Department. NY1, citing police in new Jersey said that the pilot of the vessel was taken to hospital with minor injuries. Hudson now investigate the divers.

Fallen aircraft was a fighter-bomber of world war II Republic P-47 Thunderbolt, noted in the Federal aviation administration. Three of these aircraft took off from the Republic airport, two of them are returned safely and landed.