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Plane crash in Indiana injures one man

At approximately 3:50 p.m. on Sunday, Indiana State Police from the Pendleton district responded to a report of a plane crash in Delaware County.

A homeowner called police after witnessing a small plane crash land in a field behind his home.

Troopers found the pilot still inside the aircraft.

Richard Kingston, a 59-year-old resident of Norris City, Illinois, was conscious and alert.

EMS and Fire Rescue officials arrived on scene and extricated the pilot from the aircraft.

Officials say the plane, a single engine Raytheon, had skidded across a corn field before finally coming to a stop.

Kingston was transported to IU Health's Ball Memorial Hospital in Muncie, Indiana for what authorities believe are non life threatening injuries.

The FAA is investigating to determine the cause of the crash.

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