Maine State Police said a pilot walked away uninjured when his plane veered off a runway, hit a snowbank, and came to rest upside down at the Norridgewock Airport. Troopers said 44-year-old Robert Lewandowski of Winthrop told them he was making practice landings Monday when a mechanical failure caused his plane to veer out of control. The plane was moved to a nearby hangar for assessment. Federal officials will investigate.
Small plane flips at Maine airport, pilot uninjured
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