He Was Walking His Dog In The Woods When He Came Across This Plane Crash

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If you’ve walked a dog before, we know it’s not odd for pooches to find small “treasures” along a way. Whether it’s a uninformed poop or a Diet Coke can vagrant to be peed on, they’re always on a surveillance for something exciting.

But when Redditor mmmmpork was out with his pups, a 3 of them found something rather surprising — an ultralight craft along with a parachute…

Redditor mmmmpork says he was holding his dogs to travel by a pool in Fryeburg, Maine, when he beheld something splendid immature in a bushes.

Redditor a href=https://www.reddit.com/user/mmmmpork class=author may-blank id-t2_ehz8h target=_blankmmmmpork/a says he was holding his dogs to travel by a pool in Fryeburg, Maine, when he beheld something splendid immature in a bushes.

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The dogs were only as baffled.

The dogs were only as baffled.

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It incited out to be an ultralight plane, a one-person aircraft designed for brief distances.

It incited out to be an ultralight plane, a one-person aircraft designed for brief distances.

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He immediately called a police. Apparently, a pile-up happened a day before and a military were already wakeful of it.

He immediately called a police. Apparently, a pile-up happened a day before and a military were already wakeful of it.

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After a engine of his craft unsuccessful while drifting out of an airfield in Albany, New Hampshire, a 56-year-old commander deployed his parachute and landed on plain belligerent unharmed.

After a engine of his craft unsuccessful while drifting out of an airfield in Albany, New Hampshire, a 56-year-old commander deployed his parachute and landed on plain belligerent unharmed.

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The Redditor had apparently only taken a forest initial assist class, though was happy to not have to use his new skills.

The Redditor had apparently only taken a forest initial assist class, though was happy to not have to use his new skills.

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Here’s an engaging factoid: a United States doesn’t need registration or commander licenses for ultralight operation…so we could all technically be drifting around in these! Although, after saying what happened to this plane, I’m not certain I’d wish to.