Plane Crashes After Leaving Site Of Burning Man Festival
RENO, Nev. (AP) — One person is seriously injured after a plane crashed in Reno after leaving the Black Rock Desert, where the Burning Man music and art festival is being held.
Reno news station KTVN reports three people on the plane that crashed Monday near the Reno-Stead Airport were taken to the hospital.
The crash left the two other people on board with minor injuries.
An airport spokesperson says the plane struck a fence and that the Federal Aviation Administration was on the scene.
The crash is under investigation.