Small airplane hits energy traces, crashes in Northern California lake


JAMESTOWN, Calif. — Authorities say a small airplane has crashed right into a rural California lake after putting energy traces.

The Tuolumne County Sheriff’s Workplace says the pilot was the one particular person on board when the airplane hit the water nostril first and sank Sunday at Lake Tulloch. The situation of the pilot wasn’t instantly identified.

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Officers say energy is out within the space about 120 miles (193 kilometers) east of San Francisco.

The lake is common with campers, boaters and anglers.

The trigger is below investigation.

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