The pilot of a single engine plane in central Florida walked away from a crash landing that could have ended worse.
The pilot was mid-flight when the plane’s engine began sputtering, prompting the pilot to make an emergency landing at the nearest airport in Seminole County.
During the landing the pilot made contact with the runway but was unable to control the aircraft as it moved down the strip. The plane then hit a chain-link fence, causing the plane to jolt into the grass and eventually come to a stop.
The pilot walked away unharmed and the FAA has opened an investigation. An article on this incident can be found here.
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