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New Hampshire small plane crash takes down power lines; pilot walks away unharmed


BROOKLINE, New Hampshire — A pilot walked away from a small plane crash in Brookline, New Hampshire but the crash left nearly 200 customers without power.

The Nashua Telegraph reports ( ) that the plane crashed Friday morning in a field off Russell Road, taking down power lines as it descended.

Brookline Police Chief Bill Quigley says the plane was coming from Lawrence Airport in Massachusetts. The pilot was the only one onboard.

The chief told the Telegraph that the plane will remain in the field until investigators from the Federal Aviation Administration and the National Transportation Safety Board finish examining it.

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