Four adults were injured when a plane crashed during an emergency landing at the Georgetown-Scott County Regional Airport on Saturday night.
Scott County Emergency Management Director Jack Donovan said one person was critically injured, two suffered serious injuries and one received minor injuries when the plane crashed at 8:50 p.m.
Donovan said at least three of those injured were taken to University of Kentucky Chandler Hospital.
The twin-engine plane had lasted stopped to refuel in Columbus, Ohio, and was forced to make an emergency landing in Georgetown after it lost power, Donovan said.
"The plane's got damage, but it's still pretty much intact," he said.
He said the Federal Aviation Administration and the National Transportation Safety Board have been contacted and will be at the scene Sunday morning.