The pilot of the six-seat Piper PA-46 reportedly crash down Sunday night still missing, authorities said.

About 9:15 p.m. in a wooded, swampy area about 100 yards behind a home on Lakeside Drive in East Milton, the plane went down.

The pilot reported air traffic controllers that the windshield of the plane had imploded and that he was bleeding profusely, Haines said.

Military jets noticed that the plane's door was open and the cockpit was dark, he added.

Officials have not released the identity of the missing pilot, even after using helicopters, planes, boats and dogs to help; they could not find the pilot.