The chief executive of Swindon Town Football Club and his ten-year-old son are being treated in hospital after a light aircraft crash.
Mark Devlin and his son Stan were among six people flying back from the club's match with Hartlepool United when the plane crash-landed on a Buckinghamshire golf course.
Director Bill Power and sales and marketing director Mike Sullivan were also rescued from the wreckage following the crash on Saturday night. The 60-year-old unnamed pilot is said to be in a serious condition with multiple injuries.
Thames Valley Police said that the passengers, aged 53, 52, 45 and 43, were all in a stable condition and were thought to have suffered broken bones in the crash.
All six are still being treated at Wexham Park Hospital.
The plane was spotted coming down by members of the public who alerted the emergency services as it smashed through trees into a wooded area close to the 13th hole of Denham golf club, Buckinghamshire.