FAA investigating after single-engine plane ends up in a wooded area near airport
By Hannah Jones
The Fort Worth Fire Department, Burleson Fire Department, and MedStar are responding to a plane crash in Fort Worth on Wednesday.
According to fire officials, a single-engine Cessna 152 crashed approximately one-half mile southwest of Fort Worth Spinks Airport at 11:40 a.m.
Officials reported that the plane crashed into trees near the airport. Video from Texas Sky Rangers shows the plane upside down, perched on its nose in a wooded area.
Only the pilot was on board, and EMS was at the scene to assess injuries, officials said.
According to officials, the Federal Aviation Administration will investigate the crash.