PHOTO: Pictured is of the Mooney M20-C aircraft that crashed Saturday in Calhoun, Georgia.
Taniesa L. Sullivan | The Weekly Ledger News | Calhoun Times
CALHOUN, Ga. - Two people were able to escape without serious injury following a plane crash Saturday afternoon in Calhoun, Georgia.
Tom B. David Airport Manager, Dwight Albritton told the local news that the locally owned Mooney M20-C aircraft suffered an engine failure immediately after takeoff. The pilot made an emergency landing and the plane skidded off the runway, went down an embankment, and caught fire.
Both people got out under their own power, however, the pilot did go to the hospital due to some lower back pain.
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