By Frank O’Laughlin, Boston 25 News Staff

LONDONDERRY, N.H. — A small plane crashed in a residential neighborhood in southern New Hampshire on Friday morning, authorities said.

Emergency crews responding to a report of a plane down on Colonial Drive in Londonderry around 7:30 a.m. learned Wiggins Air Flight 1046 had crashed after departing Manchester-Boston Regional Airport, according to a spokesperson for the Federal Aviation Administration.

The Beechcraft 99 aircraft was headed for Presque Isle International Airport in Maine, the FAA said.

Photos from the scene showed several police in fire vehicles parked along the street.

The Londonderry Fire Department told Boston 25 News that the pilot of the plane was extricated. There was no immediate word on their condition.

The FAA confirmed that the pilot was the only person on the plane.

It’s unclear if anyone in the area of the crash site was hurt.

The National Transportation Safety Board will assist the FAA with an investigation.

Boston 25 News has a crew headed to the scene of the crash.

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