"I heard boom! Kind of a low sounding roar," says a resident who lives near the site of where the crash happened.
Which was unusual for Mark Harris to hear as he got ready for church, especially in the rural area he lives in.
"When I looked out the garage my cows were all looking, just right there, so I knew pretty much immediately something was over here," he says.
That is when Harris called 911, hopped in his truck, drove to the scene and saw the aircraft's engine was still running.
Harris says, "There was a lady and a man that were crawling out of the top of the aircraft and the other guy was kind of laying there on the side."
The two medics and one pilot on board were traveling from Grandbury, Texas when they made the hard stop.
"I just went over and helped get them pulled away from the aircraft about 40 or so yards out," he adds.
By that time, the emergency personnel was on scene to tend to the three injured individuals.
They were then taken by ambulance to Eastland Memorial Hospital.
All three are expected to survive.