INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) — Officials at the Indianapolis International Airport say only minor injuries were reported after a small private plane went down Friday afternoon.
Emergency crews responded to the airport around 12:20 p.m. Airport spokesperson Carlo Bertolini says the plane went down in a grassy area on airport property near the old terminal.
There were two people on board. One individual was treated for injuries and taken to a local hospital. The second person on board was not hurt.
Bertolini says the FAA has been notified. The plane landed in such a way that it was not impacting airport operations.
According to aircraft registration information on Flight Aware’s website, the plane is a 1976 Cessna T207 registered to Erie, Colorado-based Aero Systems Inc. The company’s website said it maintains and repairs aircraft, along with providing flights for photography, surveying and mapping.