INDIANAPOLIS - One person was taken to the hospital with injuries after an incident with a small plane at Indianapolis International Airport Friday afternoon.
Airport officials said a small, single-engine aircraft came to a rest on airport property, and it was not on a runway.
It wasn't immediately clear if the plane had crashed or what circumstances led to the plane's resting position.
The plane took off from the Indianapolis airport and was flying locally when it had problems. RTV6 reporter Katie Heinz said.
Two people were on board the plane, and one male was taken to the hospital, officials said.
Specific information about the person's injuries was not immediately available.
Airport officials said the incident did not affect airport operations.
The plane's tail number is registered to Aero Systems in Erie, Colorado.
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