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Texas man killed in Oklahoma plane crash

 

CLAYTON, Okla. (AP) _ The Oklahoma Highway Patrol says a Texas man has been found dead with the wreckage of a small airplane in southeastern Oklahoma.
 
The OHP says the body of 54-year-old Stephen Mark Hardin of Terrell, Texas was found Saturday morning southwest of Sardis Lake in northern Pushmataha County.
 
An OHP news release says troopers were asked to help look for the plane after it failed to arrive in Terrell on Friday after taking off from Tahlequah earlier in the day.
 
The single-engine Cessna was spotted in a heavily wooded area from the air by the OHP on Friday - but the area could not be reached until Saturday morning because of inclement weather and poor road conditions.
 
The OHP says Hardin was the only person on board the aircraft.

 

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