KCMO plane makes hard landing, one injured

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KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- A small plane made a hard landing Monday night leaving one person injured.

Around 7 p.m.  the plane lost power after a touch and go, which is a practice landing, and landed near the river, according to a spokesperson for the plane.

The landing happened near Wheeler Airport in downtown Kansas City, Mo.

The plane is owned by Charles Wirt of Liberty, Mo. and Dianna Wirt according to the FAA's website.

A woman on board the plane broke her arm during the hard landing, according to the spokesperson.

The plane is a Piper PA-28 fixed wing single-engine 1967 plane.

Airport police were on scene and the FAA will be investigating the hard landing.