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January 2, 2007

Albany --  The small plane that crashed in Albany Sunday is still sitting in the field near Lockett Station Road, but fire officials say it soon will be moved. The Federal Aviation Administration released the plane, saying their investigation does not need it anymore.

The results of that investigation have not been released, and the Tennessee couple who were flying it are still in an Albany hospital.    

The Single Engine Cessna Centurion made an emergency landing in the field Sunday morning about 11:00. Roy and Pauline Glaze were flying from Florida to their home in Smyrna, Tennessee.

Fire Department reports say the plane lost power to it's engine and entire electrical system. The Glazes suffered non life threatening injuries in the crash.

They are listed in good condition at Phoebe Putney Hospital this evening.

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