A crop duster plane has crashed in north-central Missouri, killing the pilot.
The Columbia Daily Tribune reports that the crash occurred Friday morning in Randolph County when the small plane crashed into a corn field north of Huntsville.
Randolph County Sheriff Mark Nichols says the victim's name hasn't been released.
Nichols says a witness told deputies the small plane appeared to have clipped a tree top before crashing.
He says the crop-dusting plane was stationed in Chariton County, but the sheriff's department hasn't confirmed the name of the flying service.