Bucks Glider Pilot Escapes Crash
5:16pm 6th August 2013
(Updated 5:19pm 6th August 2013)
Bucks Fire and Rescue say a glider's crashed into a field at near Beethoven Close, Old Farm Park, Milton Keynes this afternoon.
Emergency services were called at just after 4.10pm, with crews scrambled from Bletchley and Broughton.
We're told man managed to get out of the glider, uninjured, before Fire and Rescue crews arrived.
Glider came down near railway line about midway between Woburn Sands and Bow Brickhill.
Firefighters are making the scene safe.
Update: The Libelle motor glider was heading for Cranfield and came down in field of standing corn.
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