A helicopter owned by Bad Wolf Aviation of Burleson rests in the field near Oglesgy where it crash landed Sunday, March 30, 2014. The two men on the aircraft were not injured.

Courtesy of Don Jones

GATESVILLE — A private helicopter being used for a hog hunt crash landed near Oglesby on Sunday morning.

The two men on board — the pilot and a hunter — were not seriously injured, according to state police.

The aircraft began to malfunction as the men were attempting to shoot hogs from the air, state police reported. The pilot, a former Marine Corps Cobra pilot, landed the chopper safely in a field.

The Federal Aviation Administration will investigate the accident.

Contact Tim Orwig at torwig@kdhnews.com

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