NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WTVF) — A small plane crashed Saturday afternoon in Bellevue near Highway 100.
Crews responded around 1 p.m. along the 7000 block of Highway 100.
Officers on scene said the pilot had minor injuries, with lacerations to head and face. He was taken to Vanderbilt.
No other injuries have been reported.
Initial assessment indicates the plane's engine failed, according to MNPD.
Online tracking of the plane's flight schedule shows it departed from Ozark, Alabama around 10:30 a.m. and was scheduled to land at the John C. Tune airport around 12:30 p.m.
Earlier today BNA tower asked THP Aviation Pilot Lt. Brad Lund to check on a plane that had crashed in Nashville. Lt. Lund landed at the scene to assess the pilot. Luckily the pilot was not injured. @THPNashville @TNDeptofSafety @THP_Colonel pic.twitter.com/RsDK1uTB4a— TN Highway Patrol (@TNHighwayPatrol) December 12, 2020