ANDERSON, Ind. (AP) — Police say the pilot of a small plane has been seriously injured in a crash at a central Indiana airport.
Anderson Police Department Maj. Joel Sandefur says emergency crews were called to the Anderson Municipal Airport about 8:30 a.m. Sunday after the plane crashed in the city about 25 miles northeast of Indianapolis.
Sandefur tells WISH-TV that the plane's male pilot was seriously injured in the crash and that he was the only person aboard the aircraft.
No additional details on the crash or the pilot were immediately available.
Madison County Sheriff Scott Mellinger says federal authorities were headed to the scene to begin their investigation of the crash.
- Pilot seriously injured in small plane crash in Indiana
- Report: Pilot didn't see other plane before Indiana crash
- Authorities: 1 believed dead in northern Indiana small plane crash
- NTSB Report: Pilot struggled to control plane before crash
- Man OK after crashing on small plane at Purdue Airport
- Police: 2 die in small plane crash near Indianapolis
- Small plane makes emergency landing in field
- Pilot taken to hospital after central Indiana copter crash
- Sheriff says multiple deaths in southern Indiana plane crash
- Small Indiana wineries lobby for expanded distribution