A small plane crashed late Friday morning in Warren County, New Jersey.
The single-engine Piper came down near the Blairstown Airport just minutes after takeoff, the AP reported. The plane ended up on Gwinnup Road, across a field from the airport.
Two men on the plane suffered minor injuries. No one on the ground was hurt.
It is not clear what lead to the crash, but the NTSB will investigate due to the substantial damage sustained
by the aircraft, according to the FAA.
Officials say a New Jersey man has died from injuries he suffered in a chain-reaction crash inside one of the tubes of the Lincoln Tunnel. Port Authority of New York and New Jersey police spokesman Joe Pentangelo says the 49-year-old Summit resident was among three people hurt in the accident.