Authorities respond to plane crash in Dunn County, pilot uninjured

Authorities respond to plane crash in Dunn County, pilot uninjured

November 21, 2018 02:32 PM

No injuries were reported after a plane crashed in Dunn County, Wisconsin Wednesday morning, according to a release from the sheriff's office. 

The release said authorities received a call around 11 a.m. regarding a Cirrus aircraft that went down in Sand Creek Township. 

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The sheriff's office said after deputies and emergency responders were sent to the area, the pilot arrived at the Sand Creek Fire Department.

The release said the pilot was the only occupant and was not injured. 


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The sheriff's office said the pilot was flying from Cumberland, Wisconsin, to Akron, Ohio when the aircraft experienced mechanical issues. 

The release said the aircraft was located in a cornfield. Authorities say the plane struck a field irrigator. 

The Federal Aviation Administration will continue to investigate the incident. 
 

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