LINCOLN PARK, NJ- A pilot from Bergen County gets caught in strong crosswinds and crashes in a wooded area near the Lincoln Park airport on Sunday night, reports Daily Voice.
Pilot Henry Rosas-Linares was flying into the Lincoln Park airport in his 1973 Piper PA-28 when he lost control of his aircraft and crashed into a nearby wooded area off the western side of the airport.
Rosas-Linares and the other person in the plane refused medical treatment and are reported to be uninjured. However, the Lincoln Park Fire Department and First Aid Squad assisted at the scene.
The crash is under investigation and no more information is available at this time. We will be monitoring for updates.
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