By Marlene Lenthang For Dailymail.com and Associated Press
Published: 02:25 BST, 1 April 2018 | Updated: 06:37 BST, 1 April 2018
A skydiving plane carrying seven people made an emergency landing in the backyard of an upstate New York home after suffering an engine malfunction, injuring all on board.
The aircraft from Skydive the Ranch made the unexpected landing on Saturday afternoon, according to Fire Chief Matthew Goodnow.
The trip that was supposed to set the seven skydivers for a jump at 700 feet in the air, took a devastating turn when the engine went haywire in Gardiner, New York.
The pilot initially tried to return to the local airport, but the Fire Chief clarified that the craft 'couldn't make it', leading to the backyard landing.
A skydiving plane carrying seven suffered an engine malfunction on Saturday, causing the craft to make an emergency landing in the backyard of an upstate New York home
The divers sustained minor injuries in the last-minute landing of the Cessna Caravan C208B aircraft.
Although all seven of the passengers suffered injuries, six