No one was injured in an airplane crash Wednesday in eastern Iowa. A Bettendorf man walked away unhurt after crash-landing his plane yesterday in Scott County. 46-year-old Steven Jackovich was flying a lightweight, experimental plane when it lost power. He put the plane down in a bean field northeast of Donahue. The plane stayed upright and intact. Jackovich told an ambulance crew that he was not hurt, and he refused treatment. Scott County notified the Federal Aviation Administration of the incident.
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