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December 3, 2014 at 3:58 PM

Small plane crashes at Monroe airfield; pilot uninjured

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The pilot walked away from this plane crash in Monroe. (Monroe police photo)

A pilot was uninjured after a small plane flipped at the end of a Monroe airfield runway Wednesday afternoon.

The plane crashed at Firstair Field, a privately owned airfield, according to Monroe Fire District 3.

The 66-year-old pilot said he had taken the Glasair GlaStar kit aircraft out for a leisurely flight in and was returning back to the airfield when he crashed.

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