Plane Crash in Pembroke
Written by Dan Fischer on October 2, 2020
A small plane, capable of carrying up to six passengers, has crashed in a swampy area in the Town of Pembroke.
First responders say the aircraft is extensively damaged – another first responder reported that the plane had disintegrated.
The crash was reported to Genesee County authorities shortly before Noon by the Buffalo Airport.
The aircraft, according to the airport, can hold up to six passengers.
It is unknown how many are actually onboard.
The location of the crash is near Boyce Road between Route 5 and Route 33.
Authorities are blocking off traffic on Boyce Rd.
The site is described as a swampy area…and difficult to reach.
Another first responder said the impact in the ground is apparent but no victims have been located.
This is a breaking story…We will report confirmed information when available.