This aircraft sustained damage to the nose after an apparent crash Saturday morning at Warsaw Municipal Airport. Photo by Gary Nieter, Times-Union
This aircraft sustained damage to the nose after an apparent crash Saturday morning at Warsaw Municipal Airport. Photo by Gary Nieter, Times-Union

UPDATE: According to Warsaw Police Department Public Information Officer Det. Brad Kellar, the airplane skidded off the runway due to a gust of wind "getting the best of the small aircraft" as it was maneuvering to the taxi. No one was injured.

Few details are known in an apparent plane crash at the Warsaw Municipal Airport, 3000 Airport Road, Saturday morning.

First responders were called to the airport around 11:30 a.m. Saturday. The aircraft, which is a 1969 fixed wing single engine plane with four seats, appeared to have some damage to the nose. According to FAA Aviation Database, the aircraft is registered to FLYERS, LLC, out of Warsaw.

An airport official would not comment on the matter, and no other information is currently available, including who was piloting the plane.

Warsaw-Wayne Fire Territory, Warsaw Police Department and Lutheran EMS responded.