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Pilot walks away after crash-landing in Greenfield

Florida man sustains only minor cuts and bruises

A single-engine plane performed an emergency landing this afternoon in a field in Greenfield. The pilot, Bill Booth, the man with the long beard, escaped with only minor scrapes and bruises.
A single-engine plane performed an emergency landing this afternoon in a field in Greenfield. The pilot, Bill Booth, the man with the long beard, escaped with only minor scrapes and bruises.
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The pilot of a single-engine amphibious plane that crash-landed in a field in Greenfield on Tuesday afternoon doesn’t know how he was able to emerge virtually unscathed from the experience. Bill Booth, a 67-year-old Florida resident who has a summer home in Blue Mountain Lake, had flown to the Saratoga County Airport outside Ballston Spa for some routine radio work and was on his way back to his summer home a little after 3 p.m. ...

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