A small private single-engine Piper Malibu crashed while landing at the Bowling Green-Warren County Airport on Jan. 8.
Police received the 911 call at 7:45 p.m.
It said the plane was experiencing engine trouble.
Rob Barnett is the airport manager.
He tells WBKO the plane crash landed 25-hundred feet short of the runway.
Three men were on board.
Barnett say they are a bit shaken up, but none of them was injured.
He did not release their names or say where they are from.
He says there was minimal debris from the crash.
The airport was closed briefly, but has since re-opened.
" This aircraft was having engine problem, major engine malfunctions. It was then diverted to the Bowling Green Airport," stated Robert Barnett, airport manager.
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