City: Small plane crashes at Arizona airport; no injuries
PRESCOTT, Ariz. (AP) — Authorities say a small plane crash landed in Prescott, and no injuries were reported.
According to the city, the crash happened Thursday afternoon at Prescott Regional Airport when the aircraft turned sharply, became inverted and came to rest upside down.
Authorities say that in addition to the pilot apparently suffering no injuries, the crash did not result in a fire and no commercial air traffic was interrupted.
The plane was identified as a small tail-wheel aircraft.
The small airport is north of downtown Prescott, and it lists commercial daily flights to Denver and Los Angeles