4 injured after plane crashes on golf course in Kentucky

A small plane has crashed onto a Louisville-area golf course, injuring four men.

WAVE-TV reports that the plane crashed onto the Seneca Golf Course at about 10:30 p.m. Tuesday. The course is close to Bowman Field.

Louisville Metro police said the four men rescued were in their early 20s. They were conscious and transported to University of Louisville Hospital.

The pilot and two passengers were in serious condition, while another passenger was in critical condition Wednesday.

WHAS-TV reports that their injuries are not considered life-threatening. The station says the pilot was recently licensed.

According to WAVE-TV, the fixed-wing single-engine Cessna is registered to Cardinal Wings Aviation LLC.

The plane was towed away by two tow trucks Wednesday.