LANSING, Mich. (AP) — A single-engine commuter jet crashed and caught fire Tuesday evening at Lansing’s airport, but none of the four people aboard were injured, authorities said.

The Cirrus Vision SF50 jet crashed about 7 p.m. at the Capital Region International Airport and then caught fire with four people and one dog aboard, but they safely exited the aircraft.

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Airport personnel and local emergency response teams raced to the scene, and Lansing firefighters aided by several local fire agencies doused the flames.

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“We are grateful that everyone walked away from the plane without injuries,” Nicole Noll-Williams, President and CEO of the Capital Region Airport Authority, said in a statement.

The crash and ensuing fire left the jet heavily burned and forced the airport to close temporarily, but it reopened about 2 1/2 hours later.

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