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Pilot, passenger injured in Culpeper plane crash

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Virginia State Police and the FAA are investigating a Saturday afternoon plane crash at Culpeper Regional Airport that left the pilot and passenger injured.

The 1949 North American T6G, fixed-wing, single-engine, two seater aircraft was attempting to land about 1:40 p.m. when it ran off the side of the runway and overturned, said state police Sgt. Les Tyler. 

The pilot, 56-year-old Daniel Allen Haug of Culpeper, and passenger, 74-year-old John Reed Reavis Jr., of Bristow, were both hurt. Haug was taken to Culpeper hospital and Reavis was flown by helicopter to INOVA Fairfax Hospital.

State police and the FAA are investigating what led to the crash.

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