The plane never even took off according to KHOU 11, rolling through a fence before catching on fire in a nearby field in Waller County, Texas. There were 18 passengers and three crew members, all of whom made it off the plane safely. Local authorities transported only two for minor injuries.

The flight was scheduled to take off from Houston Executive Airport and head to Boston for the American League Championship Series between the Boston Red Sox and the Houston Astros. The flight cleared for departure at around 11 a.m. ET.

The owner of the plane, who has not been identified, was reportedly on board. J. Alan Kent, a Flair Builders corporate executive, was also on board, according to ABC13.

The Federal Aviation Administration and National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) will investigate the accident. It is unclear what caused the crash.

CenterPoint Energy reported an outage affecting 1,800 customers caused by the plane taking out an overhead power line. It was unclear whether the power line contributed to the crash. All but 17 customers had their power restored, according to ABC13.