Landing airplane blown into fence in Island Park
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ISLAND PARK — An airplane was blown into a fence while landing in Island Park Tuesday morning.
Around 11:20 a.m., the Fremont County Sheriff’s Office and Idaho State Police found the Cessna 182 Skylane had gone into a barbed-wire fence along the runway of the Henry’s Lake Airstrip.
The pilot told deputies that they were trying to land when a strong crosswind blew the airplane off the airstrip, according to a Fremont County news release.
The airplane was flying out of West Yellowstone, Montana.
Everyone inside the airplane is OK. The airplane received minor damage.
No other information was released.