by Jared Turner, KUTV
HOOPER, Utah (KUTV) — One person was injured when a small plane crashed into an open field in Weber County.
Crews from multiple agencies were called to the area near 6365 West and 4800 South in Hooper Thursday before 4 p.m.
Officials from the Weber Fire District said two people were in the plane when it came down.
One person was transported to the hospital with minor injuries. The other was not hurt.
Their identities were not released.
The plane came to a rest upside down in the field. A tractor was used to flip the plane back onto its landing gear. It appeared to suffer damage to the fuselage.
Details about the cause of the crash were not available.
Officials said there was a small fuel leak.
Crews from the Weber County Sheriff’s Office and Roy City Fire & Rescue were called to the scene.
It wasn’t the first plane crash crews in Weber County had to respond to. Just a few hours before, another small plane crashed on the runway of the Ogden Municipal Airport.
The pilot was the only person in the aircraft and was uninjured.