W. Milford plane crash remains under investigation

WEST MILFORD - (AP) - National Transportation Safety Boardofficials are investigating a small plane crash that left two meninjured in northern New Jersey.

The single-engine 1975 Cessna 182P crashed after failing to takeoff at Greenwood Lake Airport in West Milford Saturday.

Police say pilot William Fallon of Bloomingdale broke both legsand passenger Mark Gangi of Kinnelon suffered facial injuries.

NTSB spokesman Keith Holloway tells The Record newspaper says apreliminary report on the accident will likely be released in a fewdays. However, Holloway says it will take much longer to try to pindown the cause of the crash.

Small aircraft crashes in West Milford

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