Pilot, Passenger Unhurt When Small Plane Hits Power Lines
FRANKLIN, Ky. - A pilot and passenger were not hurt after crashing a small plane into some power lines in southern Kentucky on Monday afternoon.
The Federal Aviation Administration said the Piper PA28 aircraft had just taken off from a Welcome Field Airport, a private airport three miles west of Franklin, Kentucky, when it hit some power lines and landed in a field around 4 p.m.
The pilot and a passenger on board did not report any injuries.
The Federal Aviation Administration was investigating.