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Plane crash lands at Puslinch horse farm

Unknown if anyone was hurt in the Monday morning incident

PUSLINCH – There are few details available after a plane appeared to have crash landed at a Puslinch horse farm on Monday morning.

The Guelph Fire Department tweeted a mutual aid call for a plane crash in Puslinch around 11:30 a.m.

A small single-engine plane looked like it had a rough landing on the large grassy infield of the harness training oval at the Durand Farm, located on the Flamborough-Puslinch Townline about 10 minutes south of Guelph, east of Highway 6.

According to Transport Canada, the plane is an Aeropro A220 built in 2012 and is registered to Thomas Durand of the same address the incident took place.

Police were not immediately available for any details of the incident.

It is not known if anyone was injured in the mishap.

The plane's right wing was damaged as was the landing wheels.

Police, firefighters and paramedics attended the scene and an ambulance and police car were seen leaving the scene shortly after the incident, but with no lights or sirens initiated.

A fire truck and OPP cruiser remained at the scene.

This story will be updated as more information becomes available.

 




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