Fire crews were called to a scene of a following a forced crashed landed near Fordingbridge.
The plane was forced to crash land this morning (Sunday, May 19) just after 10.00am.
A spokesperson for Hampshire Fire and Rescue Service said that nobody was hurt during the incident.
Fire crews from Fordingbridge, Ringwood, Redbridge and Eastleigh attended the scene and helped make the scene safe and dealt with a small spillage of aviation fuel.
The single-seater Team Minimax aircraft was said to be on its way from Farley to Poole when it lost power between Hale Purlieu and Godshill near Fordingbridge.
The aircraft’s wings were dismantled from the fuselage and firefighters brought the three sections to Deadman’s Corner by the B3078.
H47P7 has attended a crash landing involving a single seater aircraft in the #NewForest. Along with crews from @RingwoodFire, @Redbridge53 & @Eastleigh32 the plane was made safe & a small spill of aviation fuel absorbed. #TeamHants #OnCall pic.twitter.com/wXP3fa3Rgt
— Fordingbridge Fire (@Fordingbridge47) May 19, 2019