CHESERTOWN, Md. - A pilot in Chestertown, Md., walked away with no injuries Sunday after his crop plane went down in a fiery crash.
The single-engine aircraft went down sometime before 2:39 p.m. in the 10,000 block of Flatland Road.
Chestertown Volunteer Engine 6 arrived on scene and immediately used firefighting foam to suppress the flames. There was no fuel spill or other hazard, and no emergency personnel or crews were injured.
Officials worked at the scene for a little over an hour and, as per protocol, the Federal Aviation Administration was notified and will be conducting an investigation.