UPLAND (CBSLA.com) — The pilot of a single-engine plane was not injured after crashing upon landing in Upland.

Ian Gregor, a communications manager with the Federal Aviation Administration, said the accident involving the Cessna 180 occurred around noon Sunday near Cable Airport. The plane had departed from Camarillo.

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According to Gregor, the plane had lost control on landing, went off the side of the runway and hit a fence.

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Gregor said the pilot was the only person on board at the time. The plane was said to have been completely destroyed.

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No further information was available.