Two adult men were extricated from the plane and transported to the hospital.

Author: KING 5 Staff

KENT, Wash. — Two people were extricated from a small plane after it crashed into a self-storage facility in Kent Saturday afternoon.

Puget Sound Fire first tweeted about the plane crash just after 1:30 p.m. The plane crashed into the roof of Affordable Self Storage, located in the 1700 block of Central Avenue South.

Puget Sound Regional Fire Authority confirmed two adult men, ages 59 and 23, were extricated from the plane with life-threatening injuries and were transported to Harborview Medical Center in Seattle.

Harborview confirmed the two men arrived conscious and are currently being evaluated for non-life-threatening injuries.

A Public Information Officer for Puget Sound Fire told KING 5 the crew was able to free the two men within 19 minutes of receiving the call.

“We all train together, and so when we have an incident like this which is really, you may get once in your career, everybody was able to work together, they knew what they wanted to do and everybody worked seamlessly together,” said Pat Pawlak, Public Information Officer for Puget Sound Fire.

No other information has been shared.