Three people were taken to various hospitals after an airplane went down in Erath County.
The crash happened at about 9:45 a.m. Sunday near the Erath/Eastland County line.
According to the Federal Aviation Administration, a Cessna C210 crashed in the rural area after taking off from the airport in the town of Dublin and heading to Centennial Airport near Denver.
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Texas Department of Public Safety Sgt. Dub Gillum said the plane stalled and tried to land in a sandy field between County Roads 360 and 362 when a wheel became stuck in the sand and the plane flipped.
The pilot reportedly went to seek help and was missing for a while before being located by first responders.
The pilot, identified as Russell Riggs, 62 of Sedalia, Colorado, was taken by ambulance to a Fort Worth hospital for observation.
Two female passengers, both from Colorado, were taken by medical helicopter to a Fort Worth Hospital.
The group had a dog on board the plane that remains missing following the crash. Sgt. Gillum said the missing dog is a boxer named Gizmo, described as being light brown with a white patch. It is believed Gizmo ran from the scene of the crash.
The Texas Department of Public Safety secured the crash scene while FAA investigators respond to investigate.