According to WEYI NBC 25 a small twin-engine aircraft crashed at Bishop International Airport this morning around 9:40 AM. The plane was traveling for St. Petersburg, Fla., to a unknown location in Wisconsin. Find out more after the jump.

Pat Corfamn, spokesperson for Bishop International Airpot told WEYI: "The plane suffered one engine loss  around 9:40 a.m. while flying over Michigan.  The plane contacted Bishop International Airport and requested an emergency landing.  The airport cleared the runway immediately for the plane."

The plane was traveling so fast and couldn't slow down due to the loss of the engine, that it flipped over when it landed.

Four men were aboard the aircraft, all were injured, but are now up and about walking. They were taken to Hurley Medical Center for treatment.

Update - 1:26 PM