BROOKSHIRE, Texas (AP) — A pilot has been hurt when his single-engine plane crashed nose-first into a hangar at a private airport in the Houston area.
The Waller County Sheriff's Office says the accident happened late Monday morning. The hangar is at Sport Flyers Airport near Brookshire, about 25 miles west of Houston.
Authorities say the pilot, who apparently was alone on the plane, was transported to a hospital in Houston. His name and details on his condition weren't immediately available.
Federal officials didn't immediately provide details on the make of the plane or the destination of the aircraft.
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