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RAM founder Stan Brock uninjured in plane crash
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UPDATE - 4:15 p.m

Remote Area Medical has confirmed founder Stan Brock was piloting the plane that crash landed at a local airport.

RAM told 10News Brock took off from the Scott Municipal Airport Thursday afternoon and noticed an issue with the engine right away.

RAM said Brock made a successful landing, but the plane veered off the side of the runway and into a ditch.

Brock was not injured in the crash.

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(WBIR - Scott County) A small plane owned by Remote Area Medical crash-landed after having engine problems.

According the Federal Aviation Administration, the Beech C-90 aircraft, which is registered to RAM, took off from the Scott Municipal Airport Thursday afternoon. Shortly after taking off, the pilot realized a problem with the engine and turned around.

The plane landed back at Scott Municipal Airport at around 4:25 EDT, ran off the end of the runway, causing the landing gear to collapse.

The pilot was the only person on-board and didn't suffer any injuries.

The FAA is investigating the accident.


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