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  • Plane crashes into a parking lot after clipping the tree tops

    A small plane crashed in a parking lot in Plainville, Conn, late Monday morning, Sept. 11. The Hartford Courant reported the single-engine Cessna was coming into land at Robertson Field Airport when it veered and crashed into a tree in a nearby parking lot. The 80-year-old pilot Manfred Forst, who was the only one on board, sustained minor injuries. The Federal Aviation Administration is investigating the cause of the crash.

Plane crashes into a parking lot after clipping the tree tops

A small plane crashed in a parking lot in Plainville, Conn, late Monday morning, Sept. 11. The Hartford Courant reported the single-engine Cessna was coming into land at Robertson Field Airport when it veered and crashed into a tree in a nearby parking lot. The 80-year-old pilot Manfred Forst, who was the only one on board, sustained minor injuries. The Federal Aviation Administration is investigating the cause of the crash.
Plainville Police Department via Storyful