Crop duster crashes: pilot survives

Thursday, July 3, 2008

Early this afternoon a crop dusting plane piloted by Dennis Grainger, from a Butler crop dusting service, crashed in a corn field near Stotesbury. The plane, which apparently suffered an engine failure during crop dusting operations, remained mostly intact but caught fire. Grainger walked away from the crash with minor, if any, injuries. See full story in Saturday's Herald-Tribune.

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