LAMB COUNTY, TX – The Texas Department of Public Safety said a plane crashed in Lamb County Tuesday morning. DPS said the pilot was airlifted to a Lubbock hospital by Aerocare.
DPS also said the Federal Aviation Administration would be investigating.
The Olton Enterprise said on Facebook that the crash site was “about a quarter mile north of the intersection of US 70 and FM1842.”
The paper also reported that the time of the crash was about 8:30 a.m.
A spokesman for University Medical Center in Lubbock confirmed the pilot was in critical condition.
A reporter on scene said the was plane owned by King Ag Aviation in Sudan.
OLTON – A pilot has serious injuries after his plane crashed near Olton.
Lamb County emergency crews responded to the scene near US 70 and County Road 1840.
According to the Olton Enterprise, witnesses saw black smoke before the crash and the pilot run from scene.
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