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Ultralight Plane Crashes in Fenton

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

The Federal Aviation Administration is expected to join in the investigation into the crash of an ultralight aircraft in the Town of Fenton April 17.

The pilot from the Town of Owego suffered minor injuries in the crash that happened at around 5:45 p.m. along East Service Road.

Some of Broome County’s own Emergency Services Dispatchers watched the aircraft descend as they were heading to work for their shift.

The experimental plane clipped some trees and power lines and New York State Electric and Gas responded along with four fire companies, the Broome County Sheriff’s Office, Port Dickinson Police, Broome Emergency Squad and New York State Police.

 

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