FISHERS, Ind. (AP) — A small plane landed on a street in suburban Indianapolis Wednesday evening, a fire department official said.
The two-seat plane landed shortly before 6:30 p.m. along 96th Street, Capt. John Mehling of the Fishers Fire Department said.
The plane did not strike any cars or cause any injuries, police said.
Mehling said the reason for the landing was “mechanical,” but he did not have further details.
#TrafficAlert FPD is on the scene of a plane crash near 96th St/Sargent Rd. The pilot was the only one on board. No injuries. Minor damage to the plane (Aerosport Homebuilt)and street signs. Westbound 96th St is closed. Pls avoid the area. The FAA will be investigating. pic.twitter.com/RWFukxeHp2— Fishers_Police (@Fishers_Police) August 25, 2021