Plane Lands in Corn Field Near Catfish Bay in Sioux Falls
A small plane crash north of I-90 near the airport was the result of the plane’s engine cutting out. Attempts to restart the engine failed and the pilot chose to put it down in a low population area.
According to KDLT:
The plane landed upright in a corn field north of Interstate 90 about 9 a.m. Tuesday. Minnehaha County Sheriff Mike Milstead says a licensed student pilot and an instructor were practicing approaches to the Sioux Falls airport when the engine failed.
The people abord the plane walked away from the accident without injury.