NEVADA – In a fortunate turn of events, two individuals escaped unharmed after a small plane crashed in Nye County on Monday morning. The incident occurred at the intersection of Simkins Road and State Route 160, involving a single-engine private aircraft.
Upon receiving the report, the Nye County Sheriff’s Office swiftly responded to the scene. As a safety precaution, they closed State Route 160 from Fehrs Way to Simkins Road. Authorities worked diligently to secure the area and ensure the well-being of all involved.
In order to determine the cause of the crash and gather essential information, investigators from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) are currently en route to the site. Their expertise will aid in shedding light on the circumstances surrounding this incident.
While further details are yet to emerge, the fact that both occupants emerged unscathed is a testament to the resilience of the aircraft and the swift response of emergency personnel. The Nye County Sheriff’s Office, along with FAA investigators, will continue their diligent efforts to ascertain the cause of the crash and ensure the safety of the community.
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