Plane Crash In Orangeville, Pilot Survives With Non-Life Threatening Injuries

Orangeville, Illinois — The Stephenson County Sheriff’s Office has reported that Orangeville man Mark Baker was flying a plane Thursday evening May 11, 2017 when shortly prior to 8:00 p.m., Baker’s plane had engine troubles and shut off.

Baker walked away from the crash but was taken to Monroe Clinic and treated for non-life-threatening injuries.

The two seat aircraft landed in a field by North Hogback Road in Orangeville. Stephenson County Sheriff’s deputies responded to the scence and Orangeville Fire Department assisted.

Baker was the only occupant in the aircraft.

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