911 call of Indiana plane crash released

by nph | February 18th, 2011

February 18, 2011

A tape of a 911 call following the Indiana plane crash involving two Purdue students was released today, Journal & Courier reports.

The conversation involved the pilot trying to tell the 911 operator where the plane crashed and getting help for his friend.

The pilot and the passenger were taken to local hospitals following the Indiana plane crash. The pilot was listen in stable condition, and the passenger was said to be in critical condition.

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