A twin-engine airplane carrying five passengers made a hard landing at Glacier Park International Airport, injuring two people on board.
Airport director Cindi Martin says the Beech Baron arrived shortly after 9 a.m. Monday, made a hard landing and veered off the side of the runway.
One of the passengers was seriously injured and another suffered minor injuries. Both were taken to Kalispell Regional Medical Center.
The three other passengers were not injured.
Martin said officials from the Federal Aviation Administration were expected to arrive Monday to begin an investigation.
Officials did not immediately say where the airplane began its flight.