PACOIMA (CBSLA.com) — Investigators have hauled away the wreckage of a small plane that crashed in a used car lot in Pacoima over the weekend.

The Cessna single-engine 172 went down Sunday afternoon in the 10300 block of N. San Fernando Road, just across the street from Whiteman Airport, according to LAFD spokesperson Brian Humphrey.

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Humphrey previously said two men managed to free themselves from the wreckage and were transported to an area hospital in fair condition with non-life threatening injuries.

KCAL9’s Art Barron reports HazMat crews cleaned up about 15 gallons of spilled fuel Sunday night. The remaining fuel was drained from the plane’s wing.

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The aircraft was dismantled Monday and was to be hauled away to a hangar in Chino, where investigators for the National Transportation Safety Board will try to determine the cause of the crash.

Ian Gregor, a public affairs manager for the FAA, previously said the aircraft was inbound to Whiteman Airport but struck a building and crashed into the lot.

The plane is owned by Vista Aviation. The company runs a flight school, and has other similar aircraft.

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The president and co-owner of the company, John Rhodes, declined an on-camera interview.