A pilot and two passengers escaped injury Tuesday when a small aircraft crash-landed at the Barrow County Airport.
Sources said the three men were shaken but walked away.
The call to Barrow County Fire & Emergency Services was made at 11:13 a.m., and firefighters arriving at the scene found a small fuel leak but no fire, said Lt. Scott Dakin, department spokesman.
According to the Federal Aviation Administration's aircraft registry, the plane is owned by Du Mo Aviation LLC of Norcross.
The aircraft is a 2007 model Cirrus fixed-wing, single-engine plane.
On June 22, a small plane on a sales demonstration tour landed on its belly with its gear up. That crash apparently was caused by pilot error. No one was injured in that crash either.
Both incidents are under investigation by the National Transportation Safety Board.