Police say two Georgia residents escaped life-threatening injuries after the small plane they were flying in crashed in a southern Indiana parking lot
FERDINAND, Ind. (AP) — Police say two Georgia residents escaped life-threatening injuries after the small plane they were flying in crashed in a southern Indiana parking lot.
The crash happened Monday night outside a MasterBrand cabinet manufacturing facility in Ferdinand. No employees were injured. Indiana State Police say the 52-year-old pilot Gregory Solsrud and 18-year-old passenger Winston Solsrud were taken by ambulance to a hospital for treatment.
A state police spokesman didn’t have information to confirm their hometown early Tuesday.
Police say the single-engine Cessna crashed, struck and embankment and overturned. The cause of the crash is under investigation.
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