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MIAMI (CBSMiami) – A small plane with two people on board crash landed on a Key Biscayne golf course Monday.

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Federal Aviation Administration spokesperson Kathleen Bergen said the pilot of the Cessna 150 aircraft, with tail number “N171RD,” reported an engine problem prior to the crash.

The plane, which had departed from Miami-Opa Locka Executive Airport and was headed to Miami Executive Airport, crash landed on the Crandon Golf Course at 2:25 p.m.

No word on if the pilot or passenger were injured in the accident.

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The owner of the plane, according to FAA records, is Ameri Air Support Inc., out of Wilmington, Delaware.

The FAA is currently investigating the incident.

This is the second small plane crash Monday.

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The first crash happened 12:45 p.m. in western Broward County. Three people were reportedly on board a Piper Navajo aircraft at the time of that crash.