A plane crashed in a residential neighborhood in New Hampshire and the pilot was taken to the hospital
Federal officials are investigating a single-engine plane that crashed in a New Hampshire residential neighborhood Friday morning, sending one person aboard to the hospital.
Wiggins Flight 1046 crashed at about 7:30 a.m. ET, the Federal Aviation Administration told USA TODAY.
The area where the Beechcraft 99 plane went down is about 5 miles south Manchester Boston Regional Airport.
Federal Aviation Administration spokesman Crystal Esseo said only the pilot was on board the plane, which took off from Manchester and was en route to Manchester Airport. Presque Isle International Airport In northeastern Maine.
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The pilot was taken to hospital and his condition is unknown
Local officials in the town of Londonbury, located in western Rockingham County, said WMUR The pilot was removed from the plane and taken to the hospital.
The extent of the pilot’s injuries was not immediately known.
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The Federal Aviation Administration and the National Transportation Safety Board are investigating the crash, Esiao said.
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