No one sustained injuries in a small aircraft crash Wednesday morning at the Manhattan Regional Airport.
The Manhattan Regional Airport said on social media Wednesday afternoon that a Piper Cherokee plane carrying two people was landing on a runway at 11:20 a.m. when the plane veered off the runway. The plane knocked down a sign before coming to a rest near a ditch close to the runway, according to the post.
The airport opened the runway after a short closure.
The plane is owned by VersaAir Services, a Manhattan crop dusting company.