New Jersey plane crash injures two!

A small airplane crashed in a stream after take-off from Sussex County Airport.

New Jersey personal injury lawyers alert-New Jersey plane crash after take-off from Sussex County Airport injures two.

Sussex, NJ–Northwestern New Jersey plane crash leaves both pilot and passenger injured. New Jersey State Police confirmed a Rockway Township pilot and his Vernon passenger were located in a heavily wooded area in northern New Jersey after their plane crashed shortly after 8:15 a.m. on Wednesday.

The Cessna 150-H piloted by Joseph Murray crashed nose-first about a half-mile from the Sussex Airport shortly after take-off. Both the pilot and passenger, Bill Fischer, were flown via medical helicopter by emergency medical service personnel (EMS) to Morristown Memorial Hospital for treatment of their injuries.

Aviation accident news for New Jersey personal injury lawyers by Heather L. Ryan, legal news reporter.

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