Small Plane Crash Lands In Chumuckla, No Injuries

April 30, 2012

No injuries were reported when a small plane crash landed near Chumuckla in northern Santa Rosa County Monday afternoon.

The plane crash landed in a pasture just north of a  private landing strip near Chumuckla about 3:25 p.m. and then caught fire. There were no  injuries.

The single engine plane had just made a takeoff from the landing strip near 10 Mile and Skyhawk roads, according to witnesses

Multiple fire departments including Allentown, Pace and NAS Whiting Field responded to the fire, which did not threaten any structures.

Pictured: A small plane burns after crash landing in Chumuckla Monday afternoon. Photo courtesy WEAR 3 for, click to enlarge.


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