FAYETTE COUNTY, Pa. — A plane crashed at the end of a runway at Nemacolin Woodlands Airport on Tuesday.
Everyone who was inside the plane made it out after the crash at about 12:45 p.m. %
"There was nobody close," said Eric Baker, assistant chief of the Farmington Fire Department. "Nobody actually saw it when it first crashed."
The plane came to rest near a vintage airplane building, but there was no real damage to any property.
On board, there were three passengers and the pilot. All four were not injured in the crash.
Four ambulances rushed to the scene along with fire trucks.
Chopper 11 was over the scene of the crash, where one plane appeared to suffer front-end damage.
On December 11, a small plane crashed during takeoff on the property, killing all three on board.
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