Glider Plane Lands in the Trees

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Student pilot Tyler Jenkins was flying in Oglethorpe County, Georgia, when his single-engine plane failed mid-air.

The pilot attempted to glide the plane safely towards the ground, but lost control and landed in between several trees, 60 feet in the air.

The teen was unharmed in the crash and was later rescued by fire officials. The FAA has opened an investigation.

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