No Injuries After Small Plane Flips Near Princeton Airport

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — A 33-year-old Princeton man was unharmed after his single engine plane lost power and flipped during an emergency landing Tuesday.

Barry Ramage had taken off around 11 a.m. and reached an altitude of 400 feet in his single engine Cessna 152 when he lost power, just south of the Princeton Airport.

Ramage was able to glide the plane over a field while descending but the plane flipped end over end when it touched down. The plane suffered heavy damage but Ramage was not injured.

Police and fire crews assisted and the crash remains under investigation.

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