The FAA and National Transportation Safety Board were investigating the crash.
Fire engines were called to the site of the crash north of Liberty Canyon Road around 2 p.m.
A vintage small plane crashed onto the 101 in Agoura Hills on Tuesday afternoon, shutting down the freeway in both directions, authorities said. Footage from the scene shows firefighters extinguishing flames on the plane.
Because the crash happened between the on- and offramps, traffic was directed off the freeway and immediately back on the other side of the crash, he said.
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"The pilot did a great job getting it down and not hitting any cars", he said. The pilot in that incident, Fred Meyer, told the Atlanta Journal-Constitution the Nazi insignia was "just for fun" and "A lot of people like to paint these planes up like old war birds".
The aircraft was a World War II era T-6 plane, flying out of Van Nuys Airport.
Despite the use of the Luftwaffe's black-and-white cross, the plane was not a WWII aircraft from Germany but rather a vintage North American AT-6/SNJ trainer aircraft.
The pilot's name has not been released.
The plane took off from nearby Van Nuys airport - the base for the Condor Squadron officers and airmen's association, founded by a group of WWII fighter pilots. According to spokeswoman Vanessa Lozano, the plane crashed "in the middle of the freeway".