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Small Plane Crash-Lands in North Carolina after Losing Fuel Pressure

A small plane crash-landed in a field near Williford Road in Sharpsburg, Wilson County, North Carolina, on the afternoon of March 10th.

The plane was flying from Fayetteville to Washington, at the time.

The pilot, who was the only one aboard, was trying to make an emergency landing after losing fuel pressure.

The plane sustained significant damage.

The pilot remained safe.

Small Plane Makes Emergency Landing at Claremont Municipal Airport

A small plane made an emergency landing at Claremont Municipal Airport, New Hampshire, on May 3rd.

The plane was returning from Nashua, New Hampshire, when the pilot reported that he was unable to lower the landing gear. Airport authorities said in a new release, “After exhausting all possible remedies, the pilot advised that he would be attempting a landing with only the nose gear down and locked… The pilot came in on Runway 29 and set the plane down and it skidded to a halt.”

The pilot, John Wilson, of Lebanon, New Hampshire, remained unharmed.

Mooney aircraft makes Emergency Landing in Sheboygan County Farm

A Mooney aircraft had to make an emergency landing in a farm field along County Highway A, in Wilson, Sheboygan County, Wisconsin, on the morning of June 21.

The pilot, from Cleveland, Wisconsin, decided to land the plane in emergency after its engine lost power.

No injuries were reported.

The FAA is investigating.

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