Two injured when plane crash-lands in Breckenridge after engine failure

STEPHENS COUNTY, Texas (KTAB/KRBC) - Two people were injured when a small plane crash-landed in Breckenridge Tuesday morning. 

Stephens County Sheriff Will Holt told KTAB and KRBC a British WWII Hawker Seafury plane manned by Ezell Aviation was out for a test run when it experienced total engine failure around 9:15 a.m., causing it to crash land just north of BASA Resources off of FM 2231.

Medical helicopters rushed to the scene and transported two people from the crash site, according to Sheriff Holt, who says one person is in stable condition, and the other person's condition is not known. 

The identities of the people involved in the crash have not been released. No other injuries have been reported.

Sheriff Holt says FAA officials are en route from Lubbock to evaluate the crash site in order to make an official report. 

BigCountryHomepage will update this article as soon as additional details are released. Keep checking back for updates. 

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