It was a phone call that Kris Kellner never expected to receive.
On Thursday morning, Ms Kellner was contacted by a friend to tell her that a plane had crashed into her Kirkham property on Aerodrome Road.
Ms Kellner and her family were not home at the time as she was about to board a ship for a holiday cruise.
At about 11.20am on April 20, emergency services personnel received a call-out following a light plane crash near Camden Airport.
Two people, a man and woman in their early 20s, who were on board the plane were injured in the crash.
“It’s a bit of a shock to hear about, especially not being there to manage things,” Ms Kellner said.
“We are not sure of the damage [to the property] yet.”
Ms Kellner said she had horses on her 14-acre property.
“We have a mare and foal in the paddock [where the plane crashed],” she said.
“The foal jumped the fence because it was spooked by the sound of the plane and helicopter.
“I’ll get one of my friends to bring her back.”
Despite the shock, Ms Kellner said her holiday would go ahead as planned.
“From what I understand, it is now all under control at home,” she said.
“But we will keep our fingers on the pulse of what’s happening.”