ENDERLIN, N.D. (NDHP) – A pilot was injured and two others escaped serious injury following a plane crash on Monday, May 13th around 10:07AM west of Enderlin, North Dakota.

The North Dakota Highway Patrol said a 1951 Piper Cub private plane had taken off from the Enderlin Airport for an exhibition flight when it experienced an engine malfunction. An emergency landing was attempted by the pilot 33-year-old Jessica Herman of Kulm, N.D. in an agricultural field approximately ¾ of a mile southwest of the airport.

The plane came to final rest on its roof facing north in the field. Herman sustained minor injuries, the juvenile
passengers two boys ages 12 and 13 were not injured. The crash is under investigation with the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) and by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA.)

Agencies Involved included the North Dakota Highway Patrol, Cass and Ransom County Sheriff’s Office, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), Enderlin-Sheldon Fire Department, Lisbon Ambulance.