Alight aircraft ploughed into the A40 Monmouth Road between Abergavenny to Raglan, in Wales, it has been reported.
Emergency services are there dealing with the situation.
Miraculously, no one has been seriously injured and no cars were involved when the plane crashed into the road.
The pilot and two passengers on board the plane are being treated for minor injuries, according to Gwent Police.
A Tweet from South Wales Fire and Rescue said: “We are attending an incident on A40 Abergavenny to Raglan.Please avoid area due to road closure.”
Chief Inspector Smith said: “Reports came in at 3.25pm that a light aircraft had come down on the A40.”
“The road remains closed at this time while we make the road safe and clear up any aviation fuel spillage.The incident is being referred to the Air Accident investigation Branch.”
A spokesman confirmed two water ladders and three fire officers were at the scene.
We’re glad no one was seriously injured, and we hope the pilot and passengers make a speedy recovery.