UPDATE: Dale Earnhardt Jr. and his family have been discharged from the hospital following Thursday's plane crash.
A spokesperson for NBC Sports shared in a statement, "We're incredibly grateful that Dale, his wife Amy, daughter Isla, and the two pilots are safe following today's accident. After being discharged from the hospital, we communicated with Dale and his team, and we're all in agreement that he should take this weekend off to be with his family. We look forward to having him back in the booth next month at Darlington."
Dale Earnhardt Jr., his wife Amy and their 1-year-old daughter Isla Rose survived a private plane crash in Tennessee and have been taken to the hospital for evaluation.
Their Cessna Citation jet rolled off the end of a runway and caught fire after landing at Elizabethton Municipal Airport on Thursday afternoon, a Federal Aviation Administration official told E! News.
"I can confirm Dale, Amy & Isla along with his two pilots were involved in a crash in Bristol TN this afternoon," tweeted Earnhardt's sister, Kelley Earnhardt. "Everyone is safe and has been taken to the hospital for further evaluation. We have no further information at this time. Thank you for your understanding."
A police spokesperson confirmed to E! News that Earnhardt, 44, was taken to a hospital to be evaluated. Carter County Sheriff Dexter Lunceford told local TV station WJHL that the semi-retired NASCAR stock race car driver suffered cuts and abrasions.
The spokesperson also said that the family dog was also on board, and that first responders found that everyone on board was alive.
The crash was captured on camera by witnesses on the ground.
The FAA official told E! News no injuries were reported to the group, which is investigating the accident, as is the National Transportation Safety Board.
Earnhardt is the son of NASCAR Hall of Famer Dale Earnhardt Sr., who died at age 49 of injuries sustained in a race car crash during the 2001 Daytona 500.
—Reporting by Lindsay Good and Spencer Lubitz
(This story was originally published Thursday, August 15, 2019 at 2:10 p.m. PST)