Plane Crashes In Juab County; No Injuries Reported
MONA, Utah – Officials with the Juab County Sheriff’s Office confirmed a plane crashed north of the Mona Reservoir.
Officials said the incident before 5 p.m. Tuesday and Juab County Sheriff Doug Anderson said no one was injured.
Anderson said the brush plane was practicing ‘touch-and-go’ landing procedures near the reservoir when it hit the ground and flipped 180 degrees, landing upside down.
One pilot and a copilot, both from Nephi, were on board and were not injured in the crash.
Anderson said the Federal Aviation Administration will conduct the investigation and although the cause is unknown, weather does not appear to be a factor.
The flight had originated at the Nephi Municipal Airport, according to Anderson.
- 19-year-old dies at hospital following crash in Uintah County (pageviews: 15643)
- Coldest temperature in the US Monday recorded in Peter Sinks, Utah (pageviews: 11669)
- Utah's Peter Sinks reaches -62 Monday; Why does it get so cold? (pageviews: 10835)
- Coldest temperature in the US Monday recorded in Peter Sinks, Utah - KSLTV.com (pageviews: 8469)
- Utah’s Peter Sinks reaches -62 Monday; Why does it get so cold? - KSLTV.com (pageviews: 7504)
- Two employees dead at Northrop Grumman Magna facility (pageviews: 7233)