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BLOUNT COUNTY, Ala. – Two people were injured Saturday when a small plane crashed in central Alabama, authorities said.

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The two-passenger plane crashed just north of the runway at the Oneonta Municipal Airport at Robbins Field, the City of Oneonta said in a social media post.

Oneonta Fire and Rescue, Oneonta Police, Blount EMS, Blount County Sheriff’s Office and Blount EMA all responded to the scene after the plane went down at about 8:17 a.m. CDT, WIAT-TV reported.

Oneonta is located northeast of Birmingham.

Upon arrival, authorities found a two-passenger “hobby” aircraft, according to the television station.

One passenger was taken to a hospital in Birmingham by an air ambulance and the other passenger was taken by ground to an area hospital, WBRC-TV reported.

Federal Aviation Administration officials are on the scene investigating the cause of the crash, according to the television station.