WEST CHESTER, Pa. - A single-engine plane crash landed in a field in Pennsylvania.
The aircraft was flying from Trenton-Mercer Airport in New Jersey to Gaithersburg, Maryland, when the pilot had a problem with oil pressure and brought the craft down in a field in West Chester on Sunday.
The aircraft avoided traffic and power lines before it clipped a pole and lost a wing.
The pilot was unharmed.
The crash is under investigation.
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