February 22, 2023 Mary Scott 4996
On Wednesday afternoon, reports emerged of a plane crash near the Bill and Hillary Clinton National Airport in Little Rock. Emergency Communications received a call at around noon, alerting them to a twin-engine plane crash by the 3M Plant on Walters Road.
The Little Rock Fire Department has been working to put out spot fires caused by the incident, while police have been on the scene to gather more information.
At this time, there is no information available on what caused the crash or if there were any injuries as a result of the incident. The police and fire departments are actively responding to the situation, and updates will be provided as more information becomes available.
The incident has caused concern among residents of Little Rock, and the airport has released a statement saying that they are working closely with the authorities to investigate the situation. Flights in and out of the airport may be affected, and travelers are advised to check with their airlines for the latest information.
Our thoughts are with those involved in the incident, and we hope that the authorities can quickly determine the cause of the crash and prevent similar incidents from occurring in the future.
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According to Little Rock police, a plane crashed near the Bill and Hillary Clinton National Airport this afternoon.
— THV11 (@THV11) February 22, 2023
#UPDATE just talked to a neighbor who says he was outside when the plane crashed. He says he heard a loud boom and then saw a plume of smoke. At that moment he said he knew something bad had happened. @KARK4News @FOX16News pic.twitter.com/cFZx3TbUhk
— Jessica Ranck (@JessicaRanckTV) February 22, 2023