CRESTON, Ohio-- Two people suffered minor injuries when a small plane crashed in Wayne County on Wednesday.
The Cherokee 140 single-engine plane crashed into a soybean field near a house on Fulton Road outside of Creston, the Ohio State Highway Patrol said. When troopers arrived, the aircraft was upside down.
The 74-year-old pilot reported the engine suddenly stopped. The plane flipped after landing.
The pilot and his passenger, both of Lorain, were treated at the scene.
The FAA was notified to investigate.