Small plane crashes into cornfield near Zanesville

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ZANESVILLE, OH (WCMH) — A small plane crashed in a cornfield near the Zanesville airport on Thursday, according to NBC affiliate WHIZ-TV. 

WHIZ reporter Keely Lovern says the plane went down in a cornfield near Northfield and Sonora Road, north of the airport. 

The pilot, 24-year-old Jacob Havens of Findlay, told NBC4 he only walked away with a few scratches but said the plane is totally destroyed. 

The plane is registered out of Findlay, Ohio and it is a model built from a kit, according to the FAA. 

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