Pilot Survives Long Island Plane Crash | Farmingdale, NY Patch

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Nassau County Police said a pilot crashed his small plane on Sunday at a landfill in the small town of Oyster Bay. It survived and was stably listed at a local hospital on Monday.

The pilot was determined to be

, According to "News Daily" report. Officials said he was the only person on the twin-engine Cessna 421, and he was aware when rescuers arrived.

The director of Oyster Bay Township, Joseph Saladino, visited the wreckage site on Sunday. In a statement to Patch, he said that Capps “to some extent was able to make the aircraft cause the least amount of damage. loss".

Saladino called the crash a "shocking" incident and pointed out that fortunately, the crash occurred in an uninhabited remote area with no houses or schools.

Saladino said: "We pray for him and wish him a speedy recovery."

The police said that Capus was found to be fixed in the aircraft cabin, which was standing on its side and leaking fuel. Police said he was rescued from the wreckage by personnel from the emergency services of the Nassau City Police Department and taken to the district hospital. He was listed as stable on Monday.

The trail of the aircraft is 850 Atlantic Collision, Inc., headquartered in Brooklyn, New York, operated by Capus.


The 19-year-old Shanderick Dorsey was dying and was in a coma for two months, but his mother's faith helped him through the difficult time and gave him a new life.

His wife, Cinzia, told News Daily that after she returned from the church, she was told of the crash and her husband needed surgery. According to the "News Daily" report, Kapus leisure flight, from Belmore.

According to a statement from the Federal Aviation Administration, Capus crashed at the Sweet Hollow Road landfill in Old Bethpage after 1 p.m. The Republic Airport in East Farmingdale is about 1.5 miles away.

Police said a patrol officer in Nassau County was the first to reach the wreck. The police said the officer saw the plane land near the winding road and then crashed.

According to the FAA, the pilot reported an engine problem. Saladino told

The pilot reported that both engines had stalled before the crash. The National Transportation Safety Board is investigating the crash.

Multiple agencies responded to the crash, including the Bethpage and Melville fire departments, who helped stabilize the aircraft. Other agencies include the Plainview and East Farmingdale fire departments, and the Republic Airport Fire Rescue.

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