A plane that crashed in Pepperell Friday afternoon. No one was injuried in the accident, officials said.
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PEPPERELL — A skydiving plane crash landed Friday afternoon at the Pepperell Airport and the incident is currently under investigation, Police Chief David Scott said in a press release.

A courtesy photo shows the nose of the single-engine aircraft into the tree line as police said. No injuries were reported.

Around 12:40 p.m., police and fire were dispatched to Pepperell Airport on 165 Nashua Road for a report of a plane crash.

The two occupants of the plane were not injured, law enforcement and first responders said. The occupants were not identified.

A preliminary investigation suggests that the pilot of the Cessna Caravan was attempting to land at the airport following a skydiving run when its nose struck the runway. The nose damage caused the plane to leave the pavement and crash into rest in the grass approximately 50 feet away, according to a press release.

The Federal Aviation Administration has been notified of the incident and the cause remains under investigation.