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Plane Crashes In Seymour
Updated May 5, 2013 1:03 AM | Filed under: Network Indiana
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(SEYMOUR, IN) - State police say a biplane crashed this morning into a field just north of Freeman field in Seymour.

The plane, a single-engine World War I era biplane, took off from the field, reached about 55 feet in altitude before losing power and crashing back to the ground.

59-year-old Phillip Krueger of Freetown received minor scrapes and bruises in the crash.

A similar incident happened in June 2008 when Krueger took off from Freeman field and the plane lost power and crashed near the runway.

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