News: Plane crash at Houston Executive Airport injures 2
Posted on Wednesday, October 20th, 2021 at 9:49 pm
BROOKSHIRE, TX – First responders transported two people to an area hospital following a plane crash at Houston Executive Airport, according to ABC 13.
The collision occurred when the aircraft ignited after rolling through a fence while attempting to depart from the airport.
According to authorities, 18 passengers and three crew members were onboard the plane at the time of the accident. Of the 21 people, two were injured. It is unclear if they were passengers or part of the crew.
The plane was a McDonnell Douglas MD-87 registered under the name of J. Alan Kent, owner of Flair Builders. Kent was on the plane, heading to Boston for a baseball game when the incident took place.
The crash is under investigation by the National Transportation Safety Board.
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