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Breaking: Plane crashes near Davis County border
by DAN METCALF, JR. and JENNIFFER WARDELL
Jan 15, 2014 | 1665 views | 0 0 comments | 9 9 recommendations | email to a friend | print
Small plane crash near Salt Lake-Davis County border - Photo by Dan Metcalf | Davis Clipper
Small plane crash near Salt Lake-Davis County border - Photo by Dan Metcalf | Davis Clipper
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SALT LAKE CITY - A Cessna Centurion single-engine aircraft has crashed at 2100 North, in a marshy area just south of the Davis County border and just east of 1-215.

There was only one person on the plane, though the co-owner arrived on scene soon after the crash.

There were no injuries.

Al airport runways were closed for 20 minutes as a result of the crash while officials looked for the plane.

Airport spokesperson Barbara Gann said that the pilot had previously radioed in to say he was low on fuel or was having some sort of mechanical problem.

Since the aircraft is privately owned, Gann said the pilot didn't file a flight plan, and that officials don’t know where the plane was headed or where it came from.

Stay with the Davis Clipper for updates on this breaking story.

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