An airplane crashed in Dorris Friday. Just before 11AM Siskiyou County Sheriff’s Deputies, CHP Officers and an ambulance rushed to Dorris Airport to find an upside-down plane. Sheriff’s Sergeant Abner Weed says the airplane had been in flight when it landed on its roof. He says it appears to have been caused by a combination of mechanical issues and wind conditions. The plane was damaged but the 53-year-old licensed pilot from Klamath Falls had been flying solo and was uninjured. Federal aviation authorities are investigating.