Sunday, January 26, 2014

Milan, Illinois

No one injured in Milan plane crash 

Neither the pilot nor the passenger was injured Sunday when a single-engine plane crashed in a field at 929 32nd Ave. E., Milan.

A Cessna 172K fixed-wing single-engine plane piloted by Larry J. Roth, 65, of Mount Pleasant, Iowa, was traveling from Davenport to Moline, according to Illinois State Police. When the plane’s engine failed, Roth was forced to land in the field.

Illinois State Police and Rock Island County Sheriff’s deputies responded to the crash, which remains under investigation.  


Plane Makes Emergency Landing in Milan 

A small plane has made an emergency landing in a field near Milan.

Blackhawk Fire officials say a small Piper plane went down around 5:30 Sunday night. Two people were on board neither one was injured.

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