On Wednesday, a small aircraft crashes into an apartment building off Interstate 85 in Northeast Atlanta, United States, reported police.
The aircraft, a Piper PA-28, crash-landed at nearly 10:30 AM (ET) after it took off from DeKalb-Peachtree Airport in Chamblee, located near Northeast of Atlanta in Georgia State, said the Federal Aviation Administration spokeswoman Kathleen Bergen.
It was unknown whether there were any casualties in the incident.
Firefighters and police immediately went to the incident spot following the accident.
Piper PA-28 is a sort of a single-engine place having either two or four seats. The model is produced with more than two dozen variants.
The DeKalb-Peachtree Airport is the second busiest airport in Georgia and an average of 230000 takeoffs and landings annually, according to its official website.
It is also considered as a reliever airport, which means that the facility is designed to handle the smaller planes and reduce overcrowding at a major airport, reads the official website.
More details are awaited.