A small plane crash occurred at the Little Rock International Airport, Arkansas, on Sunday afternoon. The aircraft involved was a Cirrus SR22, which failed to take off properly and crashed near the end of Runway 4L at approximately 1:16 p.m.

Details of the Incident

The plane was scheduled to fly to Tampa Executive Airport in Florida. At the time of the crash, only the pilot was on board. The identity and condition of the pilot were not immediately disclosed. Eyewitnesses reported seeing a thick plume of black smoke emanating from the crash site.

Response and Investigation

The crash led to a brief disruption of air traffic at the airport, which resumed later. The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) are investigating the cause of the crash.

The Little Rock International Airport, also known as the Bill and Hillary Clinton National Airport, is now the focus of this investigation as authorities work to determine the factors leading to this unfortunate event​​.