MARION COUNTY, Ala. (WBMA) — A twin-engine plane made a crash landing Tuesday afternoon near the Marion County airport, according to the Marion County Emergency Management Agency.
The Alabama Law Enforcement Agency said the Beech Model D-55 Fixed Wing plane crashed in a field near Interstate-22 behind the Love’s Truck Stop at exit 14.
The incident happened around 2:24 p.m. and the female pilot was taken to the hospital.
ALEA officials said the pilot was the only person on the plane.
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EMA officials said the pilot was conscious and alert and confirmed the plane was traveling from Memphis, Tennessee.
The company that owns the plane is based in Texas.
No additional information was provided.
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