CHILOQUIN, Ore. — Oregon State Police (OSP) troopers and other local emergency agencies responded to the scene of a small Cessna airplane crash that occurred Sunday morning just after 10 a.m. at the Chiloquin State Airport, according to a press release. Carl Faith, 77, from Montague, Calif., was attempting to land when he lost control. Police say the plane veered to the left side of the runway, struck a culvert and flipped onto its top. Faith’s wife Debra, 57, received minor injuries.
Officials say the two are receiving medical treatment for minor injuries.
Officials have notified the Federal Aviation Administration.
The airport was closed about four hours.