WATERTOWN, WI (WTAQ) - No one was injured Monday afternoon when a small plane landed on a road just east of Watertown’s airport.Police said the craft landed on 12th Street around 1:50 p-m – and it blocked part of the roadway. Officials could not immediately say what happened. The FAA was notified.Ryan Dassow of Milwaukee told the Journal Sentinel he flew the plane for eight years – and it was provided by Wisconsin Aviation of Watertown to experienced pilots who wanted or needed additional training. A photo of the craft was on the newspaper’s Web site. Dassow said he couldn’t imagine a flaw with the plane. After renting it for so long, he said saw how Wisconsin Aviation took care of its airplanes.
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