Four occupants involved in a plane crash Sunday afternoon at the Butter Valley Golf Port in Upper Hanover were not injured, according to a spokesperson from the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration.
The pilot's extensive experience allowed him and three passengers to walk away from the incident, said John Gehman, owner of the golf course and airport.
"He knew what to do in an emergency," Gehman said Monday morning.
Jeffrey L. Schultz, of Emmaus, was operating his Cessna 180 Aircraft when it crashed around 2:45 p.m. Sunday, according to Jason Wilson, chief of the East Greenville Fire Company....
Since December 2016, drivers in the Town and Country's readership area have traveled the detours created by the closure of the five-span Route 663 bridge over the Green Lane Reservoir. That's a condition slated to exist until the bridge's re-construction is completed, which is scheduled for August.
Soon to be added to the current Route 663 headache in Upper Hanover Township will be the closure of the bridge spanning the West Branch of the Perkiomen Creek, about a half mile west. That project, scheduled to start in April, will close the heavily traveled highway on both sides of Kutztown Road until its scheduled completion in late July.
The new bridge will be a 78-foot-long, single-span integral abutment. The curb-to-curb width of the new bridge will total 40 feet, which will include two 12-foot lanes and two 8-foot shoulders....