UPDATE: The Oklahoma Highway Patrol says two people
injured in a plane crash in Texas County are in critical condition.
The Federal Aviation Administration says a 4-seat, low-wing
Mooney had just left the airport in Hooker when it crashed in a
field northeast of Guymon about 3:20 p.m. Tuesday.
The highway patrol says the aircraft apparently lost power and
crashed about 300 feet east of the runway.
Authorities say the pilot was taken to a hospital in Guymon
after Tuesday's crash but was later transferred to a hospital in
Amarillo, Texas. The highway patrol says the pilot suffered arm and
The passenger was taken to Amarillo with leg and internal
Authorities say two people were injured
when a small airplane crashed in the Oklahoma Panhandle.
Federal Aviation Administration spokesman Lynn Lunsford says a
4-seat, low-wing Mooney had just left the airport in Hooker when it
crashed in a field northeast of Guymon about 3:20 p.m. Tuesday.
Lunsford said emergency personnel reported that the occupants
suffered broken bones, but he didn't have any information about
their medical conditions.
According to FAA records, registration for the single-engine,
fixed-wing Mooney M20F is pending. The listing includes an address
in Cheyenne, Wyo., but no name.
Lunsford says the FAA is investigating the crash.