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Airplane Crashes Near Ohio Home Killing One

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The Associated Press has reported that on December 21, 2008 a small airplane hit a flag pole and crashed on the front lawn of a vacant Ohio home, killing the pilot.  The crash sparked a fire that damaged the garage of the house which was in foreclosure.  No one on the ground suffered personal injuries.  There were no passengers in the airplane that crashed, a Piper Saratoga.  Airport spokespersons said the pilot was attempting to land at Akron-Canton Airport which is about two miles from the house where the airplane accident occurred.



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