PHILADELPHIA (CBS)—Authorities are investigating after a small single-engine plane makes a hard landing in New Jersey.

According to the FAA, a Stinson 108-2 aircraft crashed one mile northeast of Eagles Nest Airport on Tuesday night.

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Airport officials tell CBS3 that the plane was coming in and landed short.

Chopper 3 was over the wooded area where the plane came crashing down.

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CBS3 has learned that the pilot suffered minor injuries.