Pilot walks away from Oregon plane crash

by nph | March 7th, 2011

March 7, 2011

A man walked away from an Oregon plane crash after his single-engine aircraft went nose-first into the ground, according to kptv.com.

Strong winds contributed to the Oregon plane crash that hiht the ground east of Interstate 5. The 62-year-old pilot suffered no Oregon plane crash injuries.

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When considering the weather before flying, do you think it’s common for pilots to overlook wind? How much weather-related training should a pilot receive before being allowed to get his license?

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