STATESBORO, Ga. (AP) — A pilot had minor injuries and no one else was hurt after a small plane crashed next to a home in southeast Georgia, according to police.

Emergency responders in Statesboro found the single-engine plane crumpled on the ground Wednesday afternoon beside a vehicle parked outside a house. Police Chief Mike Broadhead told the Statesboro Herald the pilot was able to walk and was taken for medical treatment as a precaution.

No one else was hurt. The home at the crash site sits next to a large open field.

The police chief said the National Transportation Safety Board was sending investigators. The pilot’s name was not immediately released.

The plane’s identification number shows it is a Bushby Mustang II manufactured in 1996, according to online registration information from the Federal Aviation Administration. Its owner is a corporation based in Delaware.