A retired racing driving force and his circle of relatives have survived a aircraft crash in the USA state of Tennessee.
Former Nascar driving force Dale Earnhardt Jr, his spouse and daughter escaped with out critical damage, officers stated.
The aircraft ran off the runaway and stuck hearth after touchdown at Elizabethton Municipal Airport at 15:40 native time (19:40 GMT) on Thursday.
Two pilots have been flying the aircraft, the Federal Aviation Management (FAA) stated.
Video from the airport displays firefighters making an attempt to quell a blaze ripping during the aircraft, a Cessna Quotation, as black smoke billows into the air.
In a tweet, Mr Earnhardt’s sister stated everybody on board the aircraft was once secure.
Mr Earnhardt, 44, was once the one passenger taken to health facility, the place he was once handled for minor cuts and abrasions, ABC Information reported.
The FAA and The Nationwide Transportation Protection Board (NTSB) have introduced an investigation into the crash.
Mr Earnhardt, a two-time Daytona 500 winner, retired from racing in 2017. He’s now a Nascar commentator for NBC Sports activities.