WATCH: Plane falls out of the sky in NW Arkansas
FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. - Authorities in northwest Arkansas said everyone walked away from a plane which fell out of the sky Tuesday morning.
The Fayetteville Fire Department said the plane was attached to a parachute when it came out of the sky near the city high school.
Firefighters said one person from the plane was being looked at, but everyone got out of the plane after it hit the ground.
The aircraft is registered to Rogers, Ark. company WG Aviation and was heading to Bentonville from Waco, Texas.
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