Saturday, November 21, 2020

Piper PA-28-140 Cherokee, N98101: Incident occurred November 21, 2020 at Warsaw Municipal Airport (KASW), Indiana

N98101 Flyers LLC

Few details are known in an apparent plane crash at the Warsaw Municipal Airport, 3000 Airport Road, Saturday morning.

First responders were called to the airport around 11:30 a.m. Saturday.

The Piper PA-28-140 Cherokee appeared to have some damage to the nose. 

According to FAA Aviation Database, the aircraft is registered to N98101 Flyers LLC, out of Warsaw, Indiana.

An airport official would not comment on the matter, and no other information is currently available, including who was piloting the plane.

Warsaw-Wayne Fire Territory, Warsaw Police Department and Lutheran EMS responded.

WARSAW — A small plane incurred some damage at Warsaw Municipal Airport Saturday morning, November 21st.

At about 11:30 a.m. emergency responders were called out to an apparent crash at the airport.

On the scene, InkFreeNews observed a small aircraft with apparent minor damage to its nose.

Initial calls to first responders said the pilot made it out of the plane and that there were no other passengers. It was seen sitting in a grassy area somewhere along the east-west runway.

The exact circumstances of what happened were unclear. It’s not known if the pilot suffered any injuries.

Responding to the scene were Warsaw-Wayne Fire Territory, Warsaw police and Lutheran EMS.

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