A small prop plane registered in Colorado crashed near Reno-Stead Airport Monday evening, injuring three people, one of them seriously. According to reports, the plane was either picking people up to head to Burning Man, or was returning from a quick flight to the playa.

The Reno Gazette-Journal reports that the aircraft, a Mooney M20C fixed-wing, single-engine plane, came to rest on its belly near a chain-link fence by the side of a road. Brian Kulpin with the Reno-Tahoe Airport Authority tells News 4-Fox 11 that he believed the plane was coming from Burning Man, and had crashed at 4:55 p.m. It remains unclear if the plane was landing or taking off at the time of the crash.

Per Fox 11, the FAA is currently investigating.

The crash follows on a fatal vehicle accident on Sunday that occurred along Highway 34 in Washoe County, the main road in and out of the Black Rock Desert. As the Gazette-Journal reports, the afternoon crash involved an overturned RV, and one adult male died. The crash and the subsequent investigation led to a lengthy traffic backup on the biggest day of arrivals for Burning Man, with residual traffic that extended into the evening.

This video from early Monday showed a reported 700 to 800 Burners who became stranded at Reno-Stead Airport due to the traffic from the earlier crash, with some having to unexpectedly spend the night at a hotel nearby.