ATTICA, Ind. - A Covington man was killed Saturday when the ultralight plane he was piloting crashed three miles south of Attica.
Indiana State Police say Charles H. Coffing, 72, of Covington, Ind., was flying the aircraft around 1:30 p.m. Saturday when, for an unknown reason, the plan nose-dived into the ground.
Coffing was pronounced dead at the scene by the Fountain County Coroner's Office.
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