One fatality has been confirmed in a plane crash that happened in Medina County on Sunday morning, according to the Medina County Sheriff's Office.
Medina County Sheriff Randy Brown confirms that 68-year-old Carl Bray is the pilot identified in Sunday morning's fatal plane crash. He says they believe Bray had departed from Freedom Springs Ranch Airport near Pipe Creek, TX.
A family member tells KENS 5 Bray leaves behind a wife and three daughters. She said the family is broken in a million pieces.
Sgt. Orlando Moreno with Texas Department of Public Safety said that the fire that started from the crash didn't spread because it wasn't very windy Sunday morning.
The single-engine aircraft crashed around 11 am Sunday, according to the Bexar County Sheriff's Office. The crash occurred on private property with no roads to get to the crash site. No structures were threatened. It's unclear if the property owner is aware of the crash.
The accident happened off Highway 211 near Potranco Road near the Bexar-Medina County line on the west side.
Responding officers are working to confirm what kind plane it is, reporting it as 'unrecognizable' after being engulfed in flames.
The Federal Aviation Administration is investigating the crash.