MOORHEAD, Minn. (Valley News Live) UPDATE (7:22pm): Clay County Sheriff's Department says they believe that fog was a contributing factor but can't confirm exact cause of crash.
It appears the plane is some model of " King Air" prop plane.
UPDATE (7:00pm): Clay County Sheriff's Department confirms to Valley News Live that seven people were on board a business plane when it crashed just east of the airport in a field.
The pilot was taken to the hospital by FM Ambulance with minor injuries, the six other passengers walked away from the scene.
Some have minor injuries, but all are expected to be okay.
The plane was traveling from a location out of Minnesota.
Right now, the cause of the crash is unknown.
ORIGINAL STORY: Red River dispatch confirmed that a plane has crashed at the Moorhead municipal airport at 3309 70th St S, Glyndon, MN.
Moorhead Police, Clay County Sheriffs and fire crews are on scene.
No word on how large the plane that was involved in the crash is or if there were any injures.
Valley News Live has a crew on scene and will have updates when they become available.