A small airplane crashed Sunday in heavy fog with four aboard after it missed the runway at Rochester International Airport, the Rochester Post Bulletin reports. The plane tumbled and came to a stop on its top, the newspaper reports.
Two men were taken to a hospital with non-critical injuries, the newspaper said. The pilot and a boy on board were not injured.
Fog hampered rescuers, who relied on the GPS signal from the pilot's phone to help find the crash site.
The pilot was a 23-year-old from Owatonna, Fox 47 says. Another man on board was listed as the pilot of record but was not flying the plane at the time of the crash, the station reports.
The airport was closed after the crash due to the fog, KARE 11 reports.