WESTPORT, Mass. (WPRI) -- A small plane went down in Westport Sunday morning.
Emergency crews were called to the scene at 416 Adamsville Road shortly after 7:00 a.m. Officials say the single engine 10 passenger plane failed to gain enough altitude during takeoff and crashed into a wooded area about 100 feet from the end of a private airstrip.
Five people were out of the plane when crews arrived, and were examined by paramedics on scene.
A hazmat crew was called to the crash site to deal with a fuel leak.
The cause of that crash remains under investigation.
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