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Saturday, January 5, 2013

Pilot Of Crashed Plane Discharged Thursday From Hospital

NTSB: Metal particles found in oil filter of crashed plane
 Special to PennLive By John Beauge |

WASHINGTON-Metal particles were found in the oil filter and a strainer during a preliminary examination of the engine of the small plane that crashed in northwestern Lycoming County about 2 p.m. on Dec. 23, the National Transportation Safety Board says.

The single-engine Piper built in 1970 crashed in trees short of the former Black Forest landing strip about 250 yards off Route 44, trapping the pilot, Vincent J. Mow, 60, of Waukesha, Wis.

Mow told a Federal Aviation Administration inspector he was cruising about 7,500 feet after leaving New Castle en route to Kingston, N.Y., when the engine stopped and a restart was unsuccessful. 

Pilot discharged Thursday. Read more...

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