One of the three men involved in a plane crash in Tucker County remains in the hospital Monday.
The crash happened Friday near the Windwood Fly-In Resort in Canaan Valley.
The Canaan Valley Volunteer Fire Department said the single engine Cessna 172 crashed at the north end of the resort.
State Police said Waseem Haider, 46, Shujjat Rathore, 48, and Muhammad Paracha, 46, all from Virginia, were on board.
A spokesperson with Ruby Memorial said Haider is still listed in fair condition. Paracha and Rathore have been released.
A preliminary report by the NTSB hasn't been completed.
The FAA said the plane was registered to a non bank holdings company in McLean, Virginia.
The Canaan Valley Volunteer Fire Department said a single engine Cessna 172 aircraft crashed at the north end of the Windwood Fly-In Resort in Canaan Valley around 12:40 p.m. Friday.
Tucker County 911 is reporting that a single engine Cessna 172 aircraft crashed at the north end of the Windwood Fly-In Resort in Canaan Valley around 12:40 p.m. Friday.
Three people were on board and are in the process of being flown by helicopters to Ruby Memorial Hospital in Morgantown.
The plane crashed in a wooded area just off Buckhorn Ridge Road, near Cortland Road.
West Virginia State Police, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Officers, Tucker County EMS, Davis VFD, Thomas VFD, and Canaan Valley VFD are at the scene.
Tucker County 911 said the identities of those injured and the extent of their injuries are currently unknown.
The FAA has been called in to investigate.
The asphalt runway is 3,000 ft. long by 40 ft. wide, according to the Windwood Fly-In Resort website. To get an idea of what it's like to land an airplane at the Windwood Fly-In Resort, watch this YouTube video.