COLUMBUS, Ind. (The Republic) – A plane was involved in a minor crash at the Columbus Municipal Airport on Sunday.
24-Hour News 8’s news partners at The Republic report the crash happened when the plane’s landing gear collapsed during landing shortly before 5:30 p.m.
Columbus fire officials say the plane did not catch fire and there were no injuries. Officials say the pilot was attempting to land his 1992 Stolt V-Star when the landing arm collapsed on touchdown, causing the plane to spin down the runway.
When firefighters arrived, the pilot–the only person on the plane–was exiting the aircraft.
Officials say the plane suffered significant damage.