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Ultralight Airplane Crashes Near Airport

Published: 3:17 PM, 07/07/2009


A Telford man was injured about noon Tuesday when the ultra-light airplane he was flying crashed in a field off Harold Cemetery Road near the Greeneville-Greene County Municipal Airport.
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Keywords: plane,  crash,  airport,  injury,  telford 


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