Tue, Jan 17, 2006
Just One Small Problem...
Aero-News is happy to report that no one was injured in this
weekend's downing of a small Cessna in Vancouver, B.C.
And when we say the plane was a "small" Cessna, we're not
commenting on the limited elbow room in a 150; we mean
small... as the aircraft was a five-foot long model
The revelation of the plane's true size came as a relief to
police and rescue crews who responded to witness reports that an
airplane had gone down Sunday afternoon.
"We sent all our cars down there thinking there was a small
ultra-light or a small plane that had crashed," said Corporal
Steven Han of the Surrey RCMP to the Canadian Press, "but after
going there we determined it was a model Cessna."
A woman and her son reportedly saw the model come down, and
called 911 to report a plane crash. The incident led several media
outlets to also report that a plane had gone down, according to the
While the aircraft was a model, according to its owner the plane
suffered a full-size problem: engine failure.
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