No injuries after small plane goes down in Puyallup field

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(Pierce County Sheriff's Office)

A pilot was not injured after crashing a small plane in a field in Puyallup.

According to the Pierce County Sheriff's Office, a four-seater plane went down in a field near 52nd St E and Pioneer Way E around 1 p.m. Wednesday, near Sterino Farms. Pictures taken by law enforcement show the plane on its back, indicating it may have flipped over on its front after making a hard landing in the field.

Authorities say the pilot was the only one aboard, and pulled themselves from the plane after it went down.

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The pilot is not injured, no one was hurt on the ground, and no structures were damaged.

The Federal Aviation Administration is now investigating what caused the crash.