Three people were not seriously injured when a small aircraft they were traveling in crashed outside of Indianapolis over the weekend. According to the Indy Star, the individuals departed from Hancock County’s Pope Field Airport for Columbus when it crashed in Greenfield.
The pilot and co-owner of the aircraft was identified as a 76 year-old man, one of the passengers was his 46 year-old son and also co-owner of the plane, and the second passenger was a 22 year-old from Willow Branch.
All three were outside walking around the plane when authorities arrived. Two were taken to the hospital for non life-threatening injuries and one refused treatment. The Federal Aviation Administration will investigate the accident.
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