A small plane was forced to make an emergency landing in a Wisonsin field after taking off from Minnesota and experienced difficulties while in the air.
According to Wisconsin police, the plane took off from a private airstrip at 8:30 a.m. and quickly after, started experienced engine problems. The hand-built plane was put down in a hayfield and continued sliding into a soybean field.
Both pilot and passenger were transported to the hospital in order to be treated for injuries sustained in the accident. An investigation into the crash is underway and the National Transportation Safety Board was notified of the accident.
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