Two Taken to Hospital After Plane Crashes in Carbon County

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PENN FOREST TOWNSHIP -- Two people were taken to the hospital after a small plane crashed in Carbon County.

State police said the plane went down behind a home along Pawnee Trail in the Mt. Pocahontas development near Albrightsville around 4 p.m.  Saturday.

Troopers said the pilot and a passenger were able to get themselves out of the plane and were taken to the hospital with minor injuries.

A small plane crashed in Carbon County. Photo courtesy: westendreporter.com

A small plane crashed in Carbon County.
Photo courtesy: westendreporter.com

State police tell Newswatch 16 the plane was headed to Saylorsburg when the pilot said there were engine troubles.

The NTSB and FAA will investigate the crash.

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    Flying so strange, I knew a Pilot who flew from time he was 18 till 90 Years old – Never 1 crash, others fly 1 or 2 or 10 times crash and die, others like these 2 crash and live to tell the tale – Me I will stick to being on the ground with a car, even though I know it is statistically safer to fly, but when mt car engine breaks, I can pull over most time – Up in the Air when a plane or jet engine fails, your likely going to die – So statistically safer to fly, BUT I say statistically you live more when your car engine fails, versus your plane or jet engine

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