Banner plane pilot survives crash|
EGG HARBOR TOWNSHIP (AP) -- The pilot of a banner-towing airplane survived after his plane crashed Friday afternoon. The plane, a 1962 single-engine Piper PA-25, crashed just before 1 p.m. near the field where the pilot dropped off and picked up the banners he flew along beaches around Atlantic City. The pilot, who was not immediately identified, was treated for injuries, according to Federal Aviation Administration spokeswoman Arlene Murray. She said no one else was aboard the plane nor the extent of the pilot's injuries. The plane was registered to High Exposure Inc., of Wilmington, Del.