Update | Small plane crash near Bonney Lake – pilot not injured | East Pierce Fire and Rescue

East Pierce firefighters are responding to multiple reports of a small plane crash in the area of 21600 Blk Connells Prairie Rd E, near Bonney Lake.

Update: Pilot found by East Pierce firefighters. He was evaluated and was not injured. Airplane located and there was no fire hazard. The crew is now clearing the scene.

East Pierce Fire and Rescue firefighters are responding to multiple reports of a single engine, small plane crash in the area of 21600 block of Connells Prairie Road East between Bonney Lake and Buckley

Multiple witnesses saw a small plane circling followed by an explosion before it disappeared into a wooded area at about 6:30 p.m.

Crews are searching the woods between 224th Av E and Connells Prairie Road East.

Early report is pilot is OK and is making his way out of wooded area. Witnesses are reported to have talked to the man by phone and he stated he was not injured.

Firefighters from East Pierce Fire and Rescue are making their way to the pilot. They will check on the pilot and confirm there is no fire at the crash site.

Pierce County Sheriff’s deputies are also on scene.

The story will be updated as information is received.

 


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