Pilot offers to pay for corn after crashing into N.Y. field

09/11/2013 | Norwich Bulletin (Conn.)

An unidentified pilot crashed his Piper PA-24 into a cornfield in Woodstock, N.Y., on Sunday, but escaped the wreck uninjured. The owner of the field said the pilot offered to pay for the corn. The aircraft will be recovered after the corn is harvested.

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