A plane crash during a landing on June 21, which left passengers with only minor injuries, remains under investigation.

The pilot, Robert E. Feicht, 49, of Dublin, was attempting to land the white, 1977 Cessna Skyhawk 172N on the runway at the Union County Airport at 9:53 p.m. when the plane veered off the left side of the runway, went across a taxiway and into a grassy median, according to the Ohio State Highway Patrol.Union County Airport

The plane struck a drainage culvert and overturned, coming to rest on its top in the median.

Feicht's wife, 53-year-old Diane E. Feicht, and the couple's daughter, 17-year-old Kelsey J. Feicht, who was the right rear passenger, were taken to a hospital. Neither Robert Feicht nor his 20-year-old daughter, Sydnee M. Feicht, who was the left rear passenger, were reported injured.

The accident was not as serious as it could have been because the plane lost speed as it was landing and when it veered into the grass, said patrol Lt. Rick Zwayer. The Federal Aviation Administration was notified.

The family, according to the highway patrol reports, was completing touch-and-go landings and expected to return to Don Scott Airfield in Columbus.

The plane is owned by William C. Lint of Dublin.

The plane sustained damage to the front landing gear, propeller, nose, wings and top.