Plane from Westchester crashes in Ulster County
A small plane flying out of Westchester County Airport crashed in Ulster County on Sunday.
According to a release from the New York State Police, a braking issue with the craft left the pilot unable to stop while en route for "Skydive the Ranch" in Gardiner.
While attempting to land for a second time, the plane struck a cable fence, crossed Sand Hill Road and hit several trees and rocks before coming to a stop.
There was a total of four people on the plane, with the pilot and front-seat passenger suffering minor injuries.
No one required medical attention, but the FAA and NTSB have been notified.