Marlborough, MA. – November 29, 1975

Marlborough, Massachusetts – November 29, 1975 

     On the morning of November 29, 1975, a Piper Cherokee 140 with three men aboard lost power and crashed shortly after takeoff from Marlborough Airport.  The aircraft came down in a marshy area behind a business on Boston Post Road, (A.k.a. Rt. 20), about a quarter of a  mile from the airport, and 200 yards south of the road.    

     The aircraft’s fuel tank ruptured, but there was no fire.  The pilot and his two passengers were treated at Marlborough Hospital for non-life-threatening injuries.


     South Middlesex News, “Marlboro Plane Crash Leaves Pilot Injured”, November 30, 1975, page 16A

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