CEDAR CITY, Utah — A plane took a nose dive, crashing into the ground at Cedar City Regional Airport Monday.
According to a first responder on the scene, the plane had two occupants that suffered some minor injuries, but were treated on scene by emergency personnel and released.
The plane lost some fuel and oil in the landing but did not result in any fire.
KSL-TV photographer, Derek Petersen, observed as the plane was lifted from the crash by a crane.
The identities of the passengers have not been released.