UPDATE – Two People Survive In Maine Plane Crash
A small plane crashed near Bigelow Mountain, in Wyman Township Maine, with both occupants surviving the crash.
Public Safety Spokesman Stephen McCausland said State troopers and Game Wardens responded to a plane crash late Thursday morning.
The float plane piloted by Frank Gibney of Vermont was flying alongside a second plane when weather caused a loss of visibility.
The plane went down in the trees. The pilot and passenger received minor injuries in the crash.
They were able to hike up the mountain about a ½ mile and then walk along a trail to meet first responders. The couple was heading to the International Seaplane Fly-In, an annual event held in Greenville.
Original Story -
A small plane has crashed near Bigelow Mountain, in Wyman Township Maine, with the only two occupants surviving the crash.
According to an initial report released by Stephen McCausland, Public Safety Officer for the Maine State Police, troopers and Maine Game Wardens responded to a plane crash which took place Thursday morning around 11 a.m.
The occupants of the plane were walking along a trail in order to meet first responders.
They received minor injuries as a result from the crash.
No further details are available at this time.