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    Kulm woman injured in Ransom County plane crash

    By Brendan Rodenberg,


    BISMARCK, ND ( KXNET ) — A Kulm resident was injured after a plane carrying two juveniles crashed Monday morning, May 13.

    According to the North Dakota Highway Patrol, at approximately 10:00 a.m., a private plane had taken off from the Enderlin Airport for an exhibition flight when it suffered an engine malfunction, which caused them to attempt an emergency landing in an agricultural field roughly three-fourths of a mile southwest of the airport. The plane eventually came to rest on its roof facing north of the field.

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    The plane’s pilot — a 33-year-old Kulm — suffered minor injuries as a result of the crash, and its two juvenile passengers (two boys ages 12 and 13) were unharmed.

    The crash is currently under investigation by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA).


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