HORRY CO, SC (WBTW) – Fire rescue teams are responding to a call for a small plane crash on Highway 905 in Longs.
The single-engine plane was reported out of gas just before 11 a.m. on Tuesday and had to make an emergency landing, according to reports. North Myrtle Beach and Horry County crews were tracking where the plane might land.
The plane eventually crashed into a line of trees at 10478 S. Highway 905 in Longs.
Only one person was in the plane at the time and that person signed a waiver for transportation. No injuries have been reported.
Crews say fuel hazard was not an issue.
News13 has learned the plane was a 1959 Taylorcraft BC12-D fixed wing, single engine plane, according to the FAA. It’s owned by N95131 Aviation LLC, out of Goode, Virginia. It’s unclear where the plane was traveling from when it went down in Horry County.