XENIA, Ohio (WDTN) – Details emerge after a fatal airplane crash at the Greene County Airport Tuesday.

The National Transportation Safety Board said the cloud base was at 2,000 feet at the time of pilot Joel Lansford’s final moments. The reported wind conditions were 13 knots.

Lansford flew from the Indianapolis area where his final destination was intended for the Greene Count Airport, Alex Lemishko, senior NTSB air investigator tells 2 NEWS reporter Tyler Utzka.READ MORE: Airplane crashes in Greene County, one dead

The flight path from Indianapolis was normal, Lemishko said. Lansford had made perfect descent once he was cleared from his approach to land. He was in the finding stage of his landing.

He said Lansford made no distress calls and all transmissions were normal just before impact. Nothing that would have brought concern. Lemishko said the wreckage was described as “nose-down” attitude.READ MORE: Pilot who died in plane crash from Greene County

Lansford had totaled more than 2,000 hours as a pilot, Lemishko said. The plane he was flying at the time of the crash was a Cirrus SR-22 2014 model airplane.

The airplane did have a recording device that records flight parameters of flight. Investigators are hopeful that this device will give them insight into the investigation.

The NTSB says it is not ruling anything out for the time being and that it is too early in the investigation. The board said it expects to be in the area for several days investigating anything it can about the crash, including weather at the time, the plane’s engine and any other issues that may have popped up at the time of the crash.