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Texas plane crash west of Fort Worth sends 5 to hospital: report

The pilot and four passengers all survived but were hospitalized in Texas on Saturday evening when a single-engine plane crashed in Parker County, west of Fort Worth, according to a report.

The plane struck a utility line on the way down and landed along the shoulder of Interstate 20 in Hudson Oaks, about 24 miles from downtown Fort Worth, KTVT-TV of Dallas-Fort Worth reported.

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The aircraft lost engine power near Hudson Oaks Airport for a reason that hadn’t yet been determined, authorities told the station.

The identities and medical conditions of the pilot and passengers were not immediately known, according to KTVT.

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A witness told the station that four people were up and walking around after the crash while a fifth person remained inside the plane but was coherent.

Investigators from the Federal Aviation Administration will be trying to determine the cause of the crash, KTVT reported.

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