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Plane lands on other aircraft in Palatka, no injuries

According to the Florida Highway Patrol, two planes collided while on the ground at the Key Larkin Airport in Palatka.

Officials report no one was injured in the small collision.

First Coast News has discovered former Jaguars tight end Kyle Brady is an owner of a business linked to one of the planes. It is unknown who was piloting the planes at the time of the crash.

Crews are working to clean up a small fuel leak where several gallons of fuel was leaked onto the roadway. We're told the spill is considered contained.

Three total occupants were among the two planes. It is unknown what the two planes were doing at the time of the collision.

FAA Statement:

"An SR22 aircraft landed on top of an SR20 aircraft on Runway 27 at the Palatka Municipal Airport, Palatka, FL today

at 10:30 a.m. The SR20 landed on Runway 27 first and the SR22 then landed on top of the other aircraft. Local authorities report that there were no injuries. The FAA will investigate. The registration numbers for the SR22 aircraft is N816CD and the registration number for the SR20 aircraft is N486DA."

First Coast News will update this developing story.