February 26, 2024
Annapolis, US 45 F

Small plane crashes on Route 50, pilot and passengers walk away without injury

A small Socata plane crashed this afternoon on Route 50 Eastbound near the junction with I-97.

Fire crews were dispatched around 3:30pm for a small plane that had crashed. Witnesses on the scene said that the pilot and two passengers were uninjured. According to witnesses, the pilot had a military-type uniform and the passengers appeared to be children. Anne Arundel County Fire Department EMS evaluated them at the scene.

The plane, a 2001 Socata TB2000 single engine 4-seat plane. It is registered to Tipton Tampico, LLC out of Tipton Airport at Ft. Meade. According to their corporate registration, Tipton Tampico is a LLC engaged in providing rental and operation of aircraft.

As expected, traffic around the scene is snarled and motorists are advised to avoid the area is possible. Expect road closures for several more hours (4:47pm).

This story will be updated as more information becomes available.


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