By CBSDFW.com Staff

ROCKWALL, Texas (CBSDFW.COM) – A small plane made a hard landing or emergency landing just beyond the runway at an airport in Rockwall on Dec. 9.

(credit: Chopper 11)

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The plane went down just south of the Ralph M. Hall Rockwall Municipal Airport into a field. It’s listed as Piper PA-28-180 – a fixed-wing single engine aircraft, according to an FAA database.

Rockwall Police said that the plane had three occupants and was unable to stop before the end of the runway.

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One of the occupants was treated and released on scene, and none were taken to the hospital. Video from Chopper 11 showed a man appearing to be the pilot checking out the aircraft.

There is no word on what caused the incident.

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The Texas Department of Public Safety and Federal Aviation Administration are investigating the crash.

CBSDFW.com Staff