Wethersfield, CT. – April 25, 1937

Wethersfield, Connecticut – April 25, 1937 

     On April 25, 1937, an airplane containing a pilot and two passengers was flying over Wethersfield when the engine began to sputter.  The pilot attempted to make an emergency landing at the Wethersfield Country Club Golf Course but crash-landed instead.  All three occupants were thrown from the plane in the crash, but none of them was seriously injured.  All were transported to a hospital for treatment. The aircraft was badly damaged. 

    The type of aircraft was not mentioned. 


     The Waterbury Democrat, “Three Hurt As Plane Crashed”, April 26, 1937, page 4.    

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