Investigators from the Federal Aviation Administration this morning arrived at the scene of yesterday’s plane crash in rural Morgan County. Morgan County Sheriff’s Office chief deputy Tim Harlin says the two-seater experimental ultralight aircraft went down in a bean field shortly after taking off from a private airstrip off Great Oaks Road and Sheep Drive. The pilot was apparently trying to make his way back to the runway, a distance of about seven miles, after the engine overheated. The plane crashed nose-first into the field. The pilot, identified as 63-year-old Gregory Everett of Versailles, was the only one on board. Everett suffered serious injuries and was airlifted to University Hospital in Columbia.