No injuries in Georgia plane crash

A Cessna plane registered to an Atlanta-based aircraft dealer crashed in Rabun County Friday morning when it landed on wet grass and slid off of the end of a runway, a Federal Aviation Administration spokeswoman confirmed.

Two people were on board the plane, according to a report from the FAA. No one was injured, but there was substantial damage to the plane, FAA spokeswoman Kathleen Bergen said.

The plane is a Cessna single-engine T206H, according to the FAA registry. It is registered to LZ Max Air LLC on Lake Forrest Drive.

The plane tried to land in Clayton around 9:30 a.m. It hit some wet grass on the runway and slid off the end, crashing into a fence, Bergen said.