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Jul 7th, 2015

Plane crashes on golf course

No one hurt

A pilot walked away totally unhurt after his plane crashed near the 18th hole of the Legendary Run golf course in Cincinnati, Ohio, Sunday night.

The single-engine plane crash landed on the course around 6 p.m. The pilot, Bradley Mottier, had just left Clermont County Airport and was heading to Lunken airport when his plane, an Aviat Husky, lost power.

While Mottier let the plane without a scratch, his plane was smashed going through trees and a fence on it's way to a halt. Mottier's wife talked down the incident, and said the crash was really just a hard landing and would not prevent him from flying again.

Mottier's wife said he has flown since college and never flies while low on gas.

The report said the plane lost power, but Mottier was able to restart the engine. He attempted to regain altitude, but he failed and attempted to land on the 18th fairway of the course, touched down on the course and continued until the plane came to rest in the backyard of 3507 Behymer Rd.

No one was hurt, and most importantly the course waasn't damaged, the 18th fairway only suffering a few divots in the ground.

Harrison Ford famously crash landed his plane on the Penmar Golf Course in Southern California earlier this year. 


TAGS: Plane, Crash, Harrison Ford, Golf Course, Cincinnati, Ohio, News, 2015