Two men received minor injuries Saturday after their experimental plane flipped upside-down at Salt Lake Municipal 2 Airport.
Alvin Stuart, superintendent of operations at the West Jordan facility, said the home-built aircraft landed safely but experienced a possible braking problem and ended up inverted in a ditch at the end of the south runway.
West Jordan emergency personnel responded to a call shortly after 10 a.m., but injuries sustained by the pilot and passenger did not require hospital transport. The extent of damage to the aircraft was not clear.
The south runway was closed for about 1 1/2 hours after the incident, but Stuart said airport operations were not significantly affected.
The accident will be investigated by police and the Federal Aviation Administration.