The FAA is investigating a plane crash that happened at the Punta Gorda Airport, Saturday morning. According to the Charlotte County Sheriff’s Office, a single-engine experimental plane started having engine problems, ran out of gas and had to make an emergency landing. The plane landed in a grassy area, nearly hitting a fence in its path. The nose and propeller hit the ground causing the plane to flip over.

The pilot, 72-year-old Charles D. Williams and two passengers, Gregg Anderson, 47 and Scott Williams, 40, all sustained injuries and were taken to Charlotte Regional Hospital. The Federal Aviation Administration is now investigating.