Pilot Okay After WWII Era Biplane Crash

Pilot Okay After WWII Era Biplane Crash

A pilot is okay after the World War II era biplane he was flying hit a fence and landed upside down in Baraboo. 

The Sauk County Sheriff’s office says late Thursday the 1941 Boeing Stearman PT-17 biplane’s landing gear clipped the top of a fence and came to rest upside down as the aircraft was attempting to land at Baraboo Wisconsin Dells Regional Airport in Delton.  The 67-year old pilot from Colorado was able to climb out of the cockpit with no injuries. 

The report says the plane was moderately damaged in the crash which is under investigation by the NTSB and FAA.

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