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Anthony Elmon has minor injuries after his small plane crashes in Alabaster, Alabama

Modified Date: 
Thu, 05/21/2015 - 4:59pm
Accident Date: 
Wednesday, January 1, 2014

FAA investigating Shelby County plane crash.

he FAA is continuing work today to remove the wreckage from a small plane crash yesterday in Alabaster.

FAA investigating Shelby County plane crash

The upside down aircraft remains in the same spot where it crashed yesterday. Workers with the FAA were out today using a chain saw cutting down tree limbs trying to get to the plane. A crane will be needed to remove bigger trees that are trapping the plane. 
The FAA is continuing work today to remove the wreckage from a small plane crash yesterday in Alabaster. The upside down aircraft remains in the same spot where it crashed yesterday. Workers with the FAA were out today using a chain saw cutting down tree limbs trying to get to the plane. A crane will be needed to remove bigger trees that are trapping the plane. Once the trees are removed, the plane will be taken to a nearby airport. The FAA investigators will take parts of the aircraft apart to see what caused the plane to crash. The investigation will take two weeks but six months before the National Transportation Safety Board releases the actual report of the crash. The Bellanca fixed-wing single engine plane went down around 2 p.m. in a residential area on 10th Street SW in Alabaster. No homes were damaged, but a vehicle did sustain damage. Pilot Anthony Elmon of Pleasant Grove was treated for minor injuries at UAB Hospital, but has been released.
People Involved: 
Anthony Elmon
Roadway: 
10th Street SW

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