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The pilot of the aircraft appears to be doing 'OK,' officials said. No other passengers were on the plane.

COURTESY TVF&R - Tualatin Vallety Fire & Rescue reported a passenger plan crash near Twin Oaks Airpark on Thursday, Dec. 9.

A passenger plane crashed just north of Twin Oaks Airpark just south of Hillsboro Thursday, Dec. 9, around 3:50 p.m., according to Tualatin Valley Fire & Rescue.

The severity of damage and injuries are still being assessed but the pilot — the sole occupant of the aircraft — appears to be doing "OK," officials said.

We were given information while en route that the pilot had contacted the controllers and let them know that he was doing okay, said TVF&R spokesperson Stefan Myers. "At this time we are with the pilot and the aircraft north of the airpark and it looks like they're still continuing to assess and we have started to send some resources back."

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