Airplane's crash landing results in injuries to occupants (with video)

The plane, an F1 Rocket experimental model, contained two people who both received non-life threatening injuries. EMS personnel were on scene to treat the injured parties. The pilot was transported to Verde Valley Medical Center and his passenger to the Sedona Medical Center. VVN/Vyto Starinskas

The plane, an F1 Rocket experimental model, contained two people who both received non-life threatening injuries. EMS personnel were on scene to treat the injured parties. The pilot was transported to Verde Valley Medical Center and his passenger to the Sedona Medical Center. VVN/Vyto Starinskas

SEDONA -- At about 11:30 a.m. Saturday, Yavapai County sheriff's deputies were dispatched to a fixed-wing airplane down on Chavez Ranch Road and Cathedral Vista Drive, an area south of the Sedona Airport.

The plane, an F1 Rocket experimental model, contained two people who both received non-life threatening injuries. EMS personnel were on scene to treat the injured parties. The pilot was transported to Verde Valley Medical Center and his passenger to the Sedona Medical Center.

The plane had flown from Chandler to Prescott earlier and was in the process of flying to the Sedona Airport when it went down.

The National Transportation Safety Board and Federal Aviation Administration have been notified and will conduct the investigation.

The cause of the crash is under review. Names of the involved parties will be release once verified.

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