Art Wenger helps drain fuel from the wing of a Washington Civil Air Patrol Cessna 206 that was badly damaged in a crash Saturday morning at Thun Field in South Hill. The aircraft, piloted by two members of the Mount Rainier Composite Squadron, crash-landed and flipped after the pilot reported losing power. The two pilots were not hurt, and the crash was being investigated.
Art Wenger helps drain fuel from the wing of a Washington Civil Air Patrol Cessna 206 that was badly damaged in a crash Saturday morning at Thun Field in South Hill. The aircraft, piloted by two members of the Mount Rainier Composite Squadron, crash-landed and flipped after the pilot reported losing power. The two pilots were not hurt, and the crash was being investigated. The Olympian
Art Wenger helps drain fuel from the wing of a Washington Civil Air Patrol Cessna 206 that was badly damaged in a crash Saturday morning at Thun Field in South Hill. The aircraft, piloted by two members of the Mount Rainier Composite Squadron, crash-landed and flipped after the pilot reported losing power. The two pilots were not hurt, and the crash was being investigated. The Olympian

No injuries in South Hill plane crash

March 20, 2011 12:00 AM

UPDATED March 20, 2011 06:51 AM

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