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Three Survive Plane Crash in Oregon's Ochoco National ForestSalem-News.com
The small aircraft was occupied by three people whose names are not available for release at this time.
(BIG SUMMIT PRAIRIE, Ore.) - A small plane has crashed about three miles northeast of Big Summit Prairie in the Ochoco National Forest, according to Oregon State Police.
OSP Lieutenant Gregg Hastings says emergency responders including state troopers and Wheeler and Crook countie officials, are on scene of the injury plane crash.
"One person received non-life threatening injuries and two others are reported not injured," Hastings said.
The preliminary information indicates that police and medical personnel responded to the reported plane crash Friday around 1:00 p.m. The location of the crash site was determined to be in Wheeler County.
Hastings says an OSP Fish & Wildlife trooper arrived on scene about 2:30 p.m. and confirmed the report and that there were no fatalities. The small aircraft was occupied by three people whose names are not available for release at this time.
OSP is being assisted by deputies from Wheeler and Crook County sheriff offices and medical responders out of Crook County.
Hastings says no other information available for release at this time.
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