Plane crash near Shifnal Airfield caused by 'propeller damage'

A pilot who crash-landed a plane in Shropshire may have got into difficulties because of pre-existing propeller damage, a report has said.

The 32-year-old came down in a field near Shifnal Airfield on 21 August after experiencing "severe vibration".

He was uninjured but the the Kolb Twinstar MKIII plane hit a hedge and suffered "extensive damage".

An Air Accidents Investigation Branch report said it was possible propeller damage had caused the vibration.

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