Plane goes nose-down in Ascension field; Everyone walks away
GONZALES – Two people were on a plane that went down in a hayfield in Ascension Parish Thursday, but none sustained serious enough injuries to be taken to the hospital.
The plane went down in a field near Pelican Point Country Club around 9:30.
The plane, built in 1980 by Beechcraft, seats six people. The plane features a propeller on the nose. It is registered to Gulf Central Aviation, LLC, of Baton Rouge.
The plane had some damage to the nose, authorities said.
The crash was near the intersection of Highways 44 and 22.
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