BATON ROUGE - Airport officials said no one was hurt when a WWII-era plane wrecked on the runway at the Baton Rouge Regional Airport Wednesday.

Airport spokesperson Jim Caldwell said the plane “nosed over” on the runway when it was landing, flipping vertical onto it’s nose. The plane rain into crushed concrete at the end of the runway, designed to stop a plane before it goes out onto the road.

We tried to speak with the pilot/owner today. He declined.