BARABOO, Wis. — Sauk County authorities responded to a airplane crash Thursday night time on the Baraboo-Wisconsin Dells Regional Airport.
In accordance with an incident report, the airplane’s touchdown gear hit a chain-link fence whereas making its descent throughout an try and land on a grass airstrip on the north aspect of the airport. The airplane then flipped and got here to a relaxation with the highest of the higher wings resting on the bottom.
The pilot, who was the one occupant on the time, was not injured. He was in a position to safely exit the airplane on his personal.
The airplane sustained average harm.
Crews with the Sauk County Sheriff’s Workplace, Baraboo Fireplace Division, Baraboo Fireplace Division, Delton Fireplace Division, Baraboo District Ambulance Service, FAA, and Baraboo-Wisconsin Dells Airport helped on the scene.
Officers with the Nationwide Transportation Security Board and the FAA are nonetheless investigating the crash.
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