KOKOMO — A doctor from Florida was killed in a plane crash Saturday near Kokomo.
Dr. Daniel P. Greenwald, 59, of Tampa, Fla., was identified as the only occupant of the plane, according to a press release from the Howard County Sheriff's Office.
The Howard County Coroner's Office says the preliminary cause of death is blunt force trauma, according to the release.
Howard County Sheriff's Office deputies and emergency personnel were called to the plane crash around 5 p.m to a soybean field near the southeast corner of State Road 22 and County Road 300 East, according to the release.
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The Federal Aviation Administration was notified of the crash, according to the release.
The National Transportation Safety Board is investigating the crash.
The NTSB is investigating the crash Saturday of a Piper 602P in Kokomo, Indiana.
— NTSB_Newsroom (@NTSB_Newsroom) October 5, 2019
Members from the Kokomo Police Department, Kokomo Fire Department, Indiana State Police, Greentown Fire Department, Howard County Coroner's Office, and Howard County Emergency Management Agency responded and assisted Howard County Sheriff's deputies on scene.
RTV6 has reached out to the NTSB by email for more information on the incident and is awaiting a response.