2 injured in crash of small plane near Port Townsend

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Originally published September 28, 2015 at 1:54 pm via The Seattle Times

Firefighters work to remove the injured from the wreckage of a plane (Photo courtesy of East Jefferson Fire and Rescue)

Firefighters work to remove the injured from the wreckage of a plane (Photo courtesy of East Jefferson Fire and Rescue)

Two people were reportedly injured after a small plane crashed at Discovery Bay Golf Course southwest of Port Townsend.

Update at 2:21 p.m.: The victims, a man and a woman, are each being flown from the crash site by Airlift Northwest helicopter. Still no word on conditions.

Update at 2 p.m.: Two people have been pulled from the plane wreckage and are being evaluated, East Jefferson Fire and Rescue said in a tweet.

Original post: Two people were reportedly injured after a small plane crashed at Discovery Bay Golf Course southwest of Port Townsend.

East Jefferson Fire and Rescue reports two people are trapped in the plane. The extent of their injuries wasn’t immediately known.

Original story via Seattle Times Staff.

According to the Federal Aviation Administration, the aircraft was a Cessna 150, Registration No. N8529G.  The aircraft “force landed” resulting in serious injuries to the two people onboard.  Preliminary information from the FAA can be found here. This page provides preliminary accident and incident information reported to the Office of Accident Investigation & Prevention within the past 10 business days. All information is preliminary and subject to change.

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