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No one injured in plane crash at Ely Municipal Airport

Duluth News Tribune News Brief

A 75-year-old pilot from Nebraska was the sole occupant of a plane that crashed at 11:19 a.m. Tuesday at Ely Municipal Airport in Morse Township.

The pilot, James Campbell, wasn't injured and the single-engine plane sustained minor damage to the front landing gear, according to a news release from St. Louis County Sheriff's Office.

The crash is under investigation by the St. Louis County Sheriff's Office and the Federal Aviation Administration.

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