A cropdusting plane crashed in a field near the Harlan Airport this morning. The identity of the pilot of the plane has not yet been released, however according to police reports; the pilot received minor injuries and walked away from the crash site.
The plane, which was loaded and contained approximately 170 gallons of fungicide on board, ended up approximately 100 yards past the end of the runway, upside down in a cornfield adjacent to the runway. The Plane crash was reported at approximately 10:45 A.M. The aircraft apparently lost power upon take off from Rueshenberg Airfield which has been closed until further instruction.