'We're trained to do it, and we do it': Pilot gives first hand account of crash landing
from CBC News
The man who piloted the plane that landed in a farmer's field and flipped over says he's grateful that he and his two passengers are alive. Paul Tymstra was forced to land his Cessna airplane in the field, after its only engine cut out at 2,000 feet in the air. "Absolutely it is remarkable. I'm thankful to God that He provided a field right near us," said Tymstra.
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