A small cargo plane that was flying to Maine crashed on Friday in a New Hampshire neighborhood.

Where Did The Plane Crash?

The plane was a Beechcraft 99, Wiggins Air Flight 1046, and it had departed from Manchester-Boston Regional Airport headed to Presque Isle, Maine when it went down in a Londonderry neighborhood at approximately 7:30 Friday morning. Officials said in a media conference that the plane landed right at the tree line behind a home in a residential neighborhood.

Was Anyone Hurt?

The pilot was trapped in the wreckage and had to be extricated from the plane. According to WGME-TV, the pilot was conscious when freed from the wreck but suffered serious injuries. The pilot, whose name has not been released, was alone in the plane. Officials said in a media conference that the pilot was one of the people who called 911.

There are no reports of any injuries to people on the ground.

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What Caused the Plane to Go Down?

Now, the Federal Aviation Administration and National Transportation Safety Board will investigate to try and determine what caused the plane to crash. Hazmat crews are at the scene to clean up any jet fuel that leaks from the wreckage.

We'll update this story as more details become available.

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