Update: Crew Lifts Plane Out of Lake Guntersville
GUNTERSVILLE, Ala. (WHNT) — A plane that crashed into shallow water in Lake Guntersville on Sunday is finally out of the water.
Tuesday afternoon, crews used a crane to lift the plane of the water. It will be taken to the Guntersville Airport for further inspection.
Two men were on board when the plane crashed Sunday. Tom Bonds of Southside was the pilot and Matthew Wade of Alexandria was the passenger. Neither was hurt.
We’re told the two men realized the engine on the plane died about 4,200 feet in the air, and they made the call for an emergency landing.
The men were able to get out of the plane and stand on top of it until help arrived.
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