VIRGINIA BEACH, Va., Sept. 5 (UPI) -- The pilot of a single-engine Cessna who made an emergency landing on a Virginia Beach, Va., baseball field was uninjured, a fire department official says.
The nature of the emergency was not specified, but the plane overturned upon landing, Fire Department Battalion Chief Kenneth Pravetz told the Norfolk (Va.) Virginian-Pilot.
The plane was flying from Bethesda, Md., Saturday, and the pilot's name wasn't released.
Pravetz said the pilot told firefighters he was not hurt and was checked on the scene.
State police are investigating the incident and the pilot was not being charged, Pravetz said.
A witness said the plane made no sound as it descended on the baseball field at Cape Henry Collegiate School.
"It really didn't have a sound," said Anthony Checchio, who was playing tennis nearby. "It just came out of nowhere."