TOWN OF WILSON, Wis. (AP) -- A pilot has survived an emergency plane landing in eastern Wisconsin after his engine lost power.
The Federal Aviation Administration notified the Sheboygan County sheriff's office just after 11:30 a.m. Sunday that a plane had crashed in southern Sheboygan County.
Shortly afterward, the pilot, identified as a man from Cleveland, Wisconsin, called to say his Mooney airplane had lost engine power and he had to make an emergency landing in a farm field in the Town of Wilson.
Deputies and emergency responders went to the scene. The man was not hurt, and his plane was intact with no fuel leakage.