A small plane crashed Wednesday at an airport on Californian island of Catalina and injured several people, officials said.
Three were injured in the incident at 9:30 am, Los Angeles District Fire Department spokesman Marvin Lim told the press. One individual's injuries left her in a critical condition while the other two suffered moderate injuries, according to Lim.
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A Tweet from Los Angeles The County Sheriff Department said the "victims of the plane crash were alright" and that they would be taken to the hospitals on the mainland. The department also shared photos of the responders in the crash scene and seemed to inspect the aircraft and assist an individual.
The crashed aircraft was a single-engine Piper PA-32, which took off from the airport runway after landing, FAA spokesman Ian Gregor told The Associated Press.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.