There was a plane crash Monday night in Southwest Alaska, but initial reports say everyone walked away.
It happened near the Kwigillingok airstrip, south of Bethel, at about 6:30pm.
Clint Johnson with the National Transportation Safety Board says the aircraft was a Cessna 207, operated by Hageland-Era aviation.
People in the village tell Channel 2 News they saw the plane take off, then it banked to the left and went down. The aircraft apparently hit a frozen pond, bounced up and flipped over.
The NTSB says there were six people on board. All of them survived, although some suffered what are being described as *non* life-threatening injuries.