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Watch now: No one hurt as private plane crashes in Baraboo
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Watch now: No one hurt as private plane crashes in Baraboo

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A private plane trying to land at a grass strip at Baraboo-Wisconsin Dells Regional Airport Thursday night flipped after its landing gear caught a chain link fence.

The pilot, a 67-year-old man from Steamboat Springs, Colorado, was uninjured. There were no other occupants.

According to a press release, the Sauk County Sheriff’s Office was notified of the crash at 7:10 p.m. and was told the pilot had safely exited the plane which landed upside down.

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Baraboo plane crash July 22, 2021

An aircraft rests in a field at Baraboo-Wisconsin Dells Regional airport after a crash Thursday. Sauk County Sheriff's Office said no one was injured.

Emergency responders from the Sauk County Sheriff’s Office, Baraboo District Ambulance Service, and Baraboo Fire Departments responded. Blystone’s Towing of Portage helped remove the plane.

Baraboo plane crash July 22, 2021

A tow truck from Blystone's Towing of Portage lifts a plane that crashed Thursday night at the Baraboo-Wisconsin Dells Regional Airport. No injuries were reported.

The 1941 Boeing-Stearman Model 75/PT-17 single-engine biplane is owned by owned by Mission Boston D-Day LLC of Newport Beach, California, according Federal Aviation Administration records.

The National Transportation Safety Board and FAA will continue the investigation..

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