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NO INJURIES IN SMALL PLANE CRASH NEAR KINGSLEY

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NOBODY WAS INJURED WHEN A SINGLE ENGINE CESSNA SKYWAGON MADE AN EMERGENCY LANDING IN RURAL PLYMOUTH COUNTY MONDAY AFTERNOON.

THE PLYMOUTH COUNTY SHERIFF SAYS THE PLANE WENT DOWN JUST AFTER 3:10 P.M. IN A CORN FIELD NEAR C-66 AND TAMARACK AVENUE EAST OF THE TOWN OF KINGSLEY.

THE PLANE, OWNED BY PETER GOEKEN OF DAKOTA DUNES, HAD DEVELOPED ENGINE TROUBLE AND WAS FOUND FLIPPED UPSIDE DOWN IN THE FIELD.

IT WAS HEADED TO SIOUX GATEWAY AIRPORT FROM WISCONSIN RAPIDS.

THE PILOT AND A PASSENGER WERE NOT INJURED IN THE CRASH.

THE FEDERAL AVIATION ADMINISTRATION IS INVESTIGATING THE CRASH.

Updated 10:55 a.m. 9/7/21

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(These photos courtesy CBS-14)