Police say a small plane has crashed just after taking off from Blairstown Airport

Small plane crashes in Blairstown (WCBS TV)

There were no fatalities in the crash late Friday morning in Warren County.

The Express-News reports the plane came down around 11:30 a.m. on Gwinnup Road just over a mile from the airport. A neighbor says two men walked away from the plane, which split in half, with minor injures. She said the impact of the plane sounded like a

The New Jersey Herald reports the crash of the plane, a 41-year-old Piper fixed wing single-engine aircraft was registered to Levine & Sons LLC of Blue Bell, Pennsylvania,  resulted in a fuel spill and the Warren County Hazardous Materials Unit is on the scene.

The Express-News reports it is the second crash in the region in the past two days.

The Associated Press contributed to this story.