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Pilot Killed After Small Plane Crashed in Jefferson County, OR

A small plane crashed near Madras Municipal Airport in Jefferson County, Oregon, on August 19th.

The plane was approaching the airport when it crashed and caught fire.

The pilot, who is believed to be the only one aboard, was killed in the crash.

The cause of crash is being investigated.

Stunt Plane Crashes during Air Show in Oregon; Pilot Killed

A Stearman biplane went down during the Air show of the Cascades at Madras Municipal Airport, Madras, Jefferson County, Oregon, on August 27th.

The accident occurred while the pilot Marcus Paine was attempting to perform a loop.

The pilot was reported dead on scene.

The crash remains under investigation.

1 Killed, 1 Injured as Small Plane Crashes at North Little Rock Municipal Airport

A small plane crashed at North Little Rock Municipal Airport, Arkansas, on May 5th.

Authorities said the Cessna 310 aircraft went down while the pilot was trying to return to the airport due to a mechanical issue.

The pilot Daniel Shure, 30, was injured while his only passenger was killed. The deceased was identified as Doyle G. Reynolds, 56, of Jefferson, Arkansas.

The accident is being investigated.

Pilot Injured after Small Plane Makes Emergency Landing in Jefferson County Field

A small plane made an emergency landing in a field in Jefferson County, Wisconsin, on December 27.

Authorities said the pilot was forced to make an emergency landing after his single engine Series SR22 plane, which took off from Watertown Airport, developed some engine issues.

Deputies found the plane in a plowed corn field near Aliceton Drive and Ceasar Road in Watertown.

The 67-year-old pilot, who was the only one aboard, sustained non life-threatening injuries. He was taken to Aurora Hospital in Waukesha.

2 Injured after Small Plane Crashed near Port Townsend

planecrashboliviatwitter-676x434A small plane crashed at the Discovery Bay Golf Course near Port Townsend, Washington, on September 28.

Authorities said the plane, carrying 2 people, went down just a mile west of Jefferson County International Airport.

Both occupants of the plane were injured. Emergency responders had to extricate them from the wreckage before shifting them to Harborview Medical Center, Seattle.

The cause of crash is not clear at the moment.

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