Boston Globe: The New Hampshire Marine Patrol rescued a 59-year-old Sudbury man Tuesday afternoon [April 22] after his plane crashed into the cold waters of Lake Winnipesaukee, according to New Hampshire State Police.
The pilot, Vadim Gayshan, was found clinging to his plane around 12:50 p.m., about 20 minutes after authorities first received reports of the crash, police said. Rescuers threw a flotation ring to Gayshan and hauled him aboard a patrol boat.
He was on the only person aboard the plane, police said.
Read more about the man who was rescued after his plane crashes into Lake Winnipesaukee.
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