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Small plane crash lands in Tillman County

Tillman County_A small plane caught fire in mid-air over Tillman County Friday, and crash landed.

The Tillman County Undersheriff tells 7NEWS after the plane caught fire, the pilot was able to direct it to a wet field about two miles from Hackberry Flat. There were two people on board and only one was injured, with a burned foot.

The Oklahoma Highway Patrol is investigating.

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