Utah authorities say a plane that crashed on Interstate 15 injuring a pilot instructor, his student and a bystander made an emergency landing on the same highway last year.

A Federal Aviation Administration official says the single-engine aircraft struck a billboard Sunday before crashing south of Ogden-Hinckley Airport under unknown circumstances. Authorities say the same plane landed on I-15 in May 2018, clipping a car but avoiding injury.

Authorities say the administration and Roy Police Department did not release information on the injured people.

April Wilcock told the Standard-Examiner that her 32-year-old brother Bryce Ransom suffered heart and lung bruises while piloting but is expected to survive.

The National Transportation Safety Board is currently investigating.

Authorities say multiple incidents were reported at the same airport recently including a runway crash in January.