Pilot Believed Dead After Mid-Air Collision Near Malibu — Glen Walker Reports

WESTLAKE VILLAGE, Calif. — One person appears to have died Monday afternoon after two small planes collided over Ventura County, sending one of them plummeting to the ground in the Santa Monica Mountains, according to preliminary information from officials.

Both planes were Cessna single-engine aircraft, one of which departed from Santa Monica Airport before it crashed about 2 p.m., according to preliminary information from the Federal Aviation Administration.

The other aircraft, which had three people on board, made an emergency landing at the Westlake Village Golf Course.

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