Vintage Airplane Crashed in Minnesota
A vintage plane veered off the runway into a deep drainage ditch during landing at the Rush City Airport in east-central Minnesota.
The incident happened during the Rush City Fly-in on the morning of June 8.
The pilot from Amery, Wisconsin, was uninjured.
The 1936 Tailor J2 aircraft sustained damage at the front end, including a broken propeller and broken landing gear.
The Federal Aviation Administration is investigating the cause of crash.