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Missouri Man Survives Small Plane Crash

It's not everyday that someone witnesses a plane crash, and furthrmore watches the pilot walk away alive. Miraculously, that is what happened in Maryland Heights, MO when a man's small plane crashed into a field located right next to a highway during morning rush hour. Shortly after the crash, the Pattonville Fire Battalion received a call from a motorist, and a few minutes later got another from the pilot himself. Apparently the plane began experiencing mechanical difficulties directly after taking off, and the pilot was circling around trying to land at the airport when his twin-engine Cessna crashed and burned. Following the crash, the pilot was injured but alive, and coherent enough to help investigators answer all the questions. Maryland Heights Police Chief Bob Card said, "he was able to get out of the plane before it caught fire." If you or a loved one were involved in an aviation crash, the experienced attorney's at Meyerkord & Kurth would like to hear from you.

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