Pilot injured when crop duster crashes in northwest Oklahoma

The Associated Press - March 4, 2017 8:58 am

Pilot injured when crop duster crashes in northwest Oklahoma
ENID, Okla. (AP) – The Oklahoma Highway Patrol says a crop duster pilot was injured when his plane crashed in northwestern Oklahoma.
An OHP report says 69-year-old Glen Walter Carson of Garber is hospitalized in stable condition following the crash Thursday.
The report says Carson was spraying herbicide on a field when the plane struck a wire attached to a power pole.
The plane the crashed into trees before striking the ground. The report says Carson was able to crawl away from the wreckage before the plane caught fire.

Image: KFOR


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