TULSA, Okla. - QUICK FACTS:
- Emergency crews responded to the scene of a plane crash east of Wagoner near Highway 51 Thursday night.
- One person was taken to the hospital. Their condition is unknown.
- Only one person was aboard the plane.
- Oklahoma Highway Patrol cleared the scene and contacted the FAA.
- The cause of the crash is unknown at this time.
- This story will be updated as we learn details.
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The Federal Aviation Administration released the following statement on the crash:
"A single-engine Cessna 210 crashed due to unknown circumstances about three miles east of Hefner-Easley Airport near Wagoner, Okla. The pilot and sole occupant reported receiving minor injuries in the accident, which occurred around 7 p.m. Thursday.
The FAA is investigating.
The tail number of the aircraft is N8495Z. You can look up the registered owner by entering this number into the N-number Search field on the FAA's home page at www.faa.gov.
I don't have any information on when the aircraft will be moved. An FAA investigator will most likely have to look at it first. Then it will be up to the pilot's insurance company to arrange transportation." - FAA
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