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LAKE GENEVA, Wis. — A deer on the runway caused a plane to crash at a Lake Geneva resort.
The single-engine plane was attempting to take off from the Grand Geneva resorts private airstrip on Friday morning.
The pilot told investigators he swerved to avoid a deer while the plane was moving down the runway.
The plane left the runway and hit a wooded area.
No one was injured.
The Federal Aviation Administration is investigating the incident.
A QUESTION FOR YOU: Have you experienced […]
By Patrick Fox
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
The nays had it Tuesday night as residents told Gwinnett County officials to ditch plans that could lead to commercial flights at Briscoe Field.
Hyosub Shin, email@example.com Chris Elvis, of Lawrenceville, holds a sign to boycott the possible expansion of Gwinnett CountyÃs Briscoe Field before the Public Hearing outside the Gwinnett Justice and Administration Center in Lawrenceville on Tuesday, Sept. 21, 2010.
Hyosub Shin, firstname.lastname@example.org Susan Murrah, of Lawrenceville, holds a sign to boycott the possible […]
ST. JOE BEACH — A four-seat private plane bound for Panama City was forced to make an emergency landing Thursday morning along the wide sands of St. Joe Beach.
>>See a gallery of photos of the plane on the beach.
Randy Crapsey, of Port St. Joe, was co-piloting on his first training flight in 12 years when he and his instructor, Ronald Jarmon, were forced to make an emergency landing due to engine problems.
The single-engine Cessna was traveling from the Apalachicola Airport, […]