Cape Air flight 2072 crash lands at Provincetown

Cape Air flight 2072 with a Cessna 402 with seven people on board skidded off the end of the runway at Provincetown, MA on September 9 and ended up in a wooded area.

The aircraft caught on fire. Some passengers received broken bones and burns.

The airline issued this statement:

Cape Air confirms an incident involving Flight 2072 traveling from Boston Logan International on September 9 to Provincetown Airport. Upon landing at Provincetown Airport, the plane exited the runway. Six passengers and one crew member were onboard.

Cape Air confirms that all six passengers and one crew from Flight 2072 are being transferred by ambulance to Cape Cod Hospital.

More on the accident:

https://www.wcvb.com/article/provincetown-airport-race-point-road-crash-hard-landing-six-hurt/37532594