UPDATE: Engine failure may be cause of Weatherford plane crash

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UPDATE 1:08 p.m. – The single-engine plane that crashed landed in a Weatherford baseball field near the airport is registered to Daniel G. McClendon, III in Flower Mound, Texas.

Authorities have not confirmed how many people were in the plane at the time of the crash landing.

No one was injured but the plane has minor damage.

UPDATE: Weatherford authorities said engine failure may be to blame for a small plane crash just north of the Weatherford Stafford airport Wednesday afternoon.

Officials said the plane was forced to land in a field.

No one was seriously injured but the plane was damaged.

WEATHERFORD, Okla. – Officials said no one has been seriously injured in a small plane crash just north of Weatherford Wednesday afternoon.

Weatherford authorities said the plane may have lost engine power and was forced to land in a field.

Oklahoma Highway Patrolman are headed to the scene near Lark and Arapaho Rd. by Rader Park.

Authorities have not confirmed how many passengers were on board but they did say no one was hurt.

No word on where plane was based or where it was headed.

Bob Moore Chopper 4 is on the way.

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