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Last Updated: Tuesday, 14 August 2007, 08:54 GMT 09:54 UK
Pilot rescued after marsh crash
A pilot has been rescued by fire crews after his light aircraft came down in an Essex nature reserve.

The two-seater Tipsy Nipper nose-dived into marshland at the RSPB site at Old Hall Lane, Tollesbury, on Monday evening.

The pilot, who is from Colchester, was pulled from the wreckage uninjured.

The Air Accidents Investigation Branch has been notified about the accident and an inquiry into the crash is under way, police said.




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