Single-engine plane crashed into a high-voltage line in the United States and hovered
In the US, a single-engine plane crashed into a high-voltage line and hung. Authorities announced that 2 people, including the pilot, were rescued and treated. In Montgomery County, Maryland, a small single-engine aircraft crashed into a high-voltage power line and the aircraft hovered over an electrical mast. The fire chief said in a press release from the scene that the plane crashed into a 30-meter power pole and hovered, and there was a massive power outage in the region. Authorities announced that after a lengthy investigation, pilot Patrick Merkle (66) and passenger Janet Williams (66) were removed from the suspended aircraft and taken to hospital for treatment. Montgomery County Fire and Rescue spokesman Pete Piringer broadcast live from the scene and stated that the plane was lowered from the tower.
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