Update: The Preble County Sheriff’s Office provided results of its preliminary investigation Wednesday morning.

According to a release from the sheriff’s office, Samuel Sell, 29, of Dayton, tried to land the plane in a Preble County field after experiencing engine trouble. The plane flipped onto its roof during the landing, but Sell was able to make his way out of it and seek help from the owner of the field.

The sheriff’s office and Federal Aviation Administration are continuing to investigate.

DAYTON, Ohio (WDTN) — The Preble County Sheriff’s Office confirmed a plane crash in Preble County on Tuesday night.

The crash occurred on Oxford Gettysburg Road. Authorities received a call around 9 p.m. from a resident who said that someone had knocked on their door after attempting to land a small experimental aircraft in a nearby field.

An experimental plane crashed Tuesday evening in a Preble County field. (Spencer Neuman/WDTN)

Authorities found an experimental aircraft on its top in the field.

The pilot had non life-threatening injuries and was transported to Reid Health hospital in Richmond, according to Preble County Sheriff Mike Simpson.

No one else was in the plane or hurt. The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) is expected to be called in the morning.