Plane suspended 100 feet in air after crashing into power lines

A plane was suspended 100 feet in the air after it crashed into power lines in Maryland.

State police in Montgomery County said the plane hit a tower plow in Gaithersburg.

A plane was suspended 100 feet in the air after it crashed into power lines in Maryland.
A plane was suspended 100 feet in the air after it crashed into power lines in Maryland.
A plane was suspended 100 feet in the air after it crashed into power lines in Maryland.
A plane was suspended 100 feet in the air after it crashed into power lines in Maryland.

Two people were on board the plane but were uninjured.

The area sustained power outages and roads had to be closed.

This is a developing story. Check back for updates as more information becomes available.

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