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John B. Seaver, 63, Elkhart, was flying a 1995 Piper Malibu PA 46 airplane when he had to make an emergency landing in a hayfield north of C.R. 44, west of C.R. 9 near Foraker after experiencing engine problems. According to Elkhart County police, the crash occurred at 12:31 p.m. Friday. Foraker Fire Department firefighters responded to the scene for a fuel leakeage from the aircraft. Seaver suffered no injuries and the aircraft sustained damage to the right wing and wheel. The pilot had left Elkhart Municipal Airport and was heading to Indianapolis, police said. The incident is under investigation and will be under review by the Federal Aviation Administration.


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