The Duggar family continues to deal with more turbulence.
According to a new report from People magazine, John David Duggar, 32, was piloting an airplane that crashed in Tennessee last October. The incident largely went under the radar, as the "19 Kids and Counting" family was prepping for Josh Duggar's child sexual abuse trial.
A 911 dispatcher told People that the reality TV star suffered "double engine failure" and was forced to land in a field. The Humphreys County Sheriff's Department confirmed that the accident took place the evening of Oct. 29, 2021, in Waverly, Tenn. and involved "a family from Arkansas."
The National Transportation Safety Board's report said that in addition to John, two others were aboard the Piper PA-30 at the time of the incident. The report noted the damage to the airplane was "substantial."
No one was injured in the crash, nor is it known who else was in the airplane at the time.
John got his flight instructor certification in May 2021, and his commercial pilot license in November 2021. His wife, Abbie, is also a pilot.
Reports indicate the plane was registered to Medic Choppers and belongs to the non-profit Medic Corps, where John is the Director of Business.
Medic Corps' website said John began serving in emergency service as a Fireman and Emergency Medical Responder with the Fire Department, and he is also the CEO of Natural State Environmental Services.
The October 2021 crash came about a month before John's brother Josh's trial began in Arkansas. Josh pleaded not guilty to possessing and receiving child sexual abuse material. However, on Dec. 9, a jury convicted him and he faces up to 20 years in prison and $250,000 in fines.
Josh has appealed the verdict.