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Tuesday, November 3, 2015

Plane crashes on street in Fayetteville, former Walmart exec Bill Simon the pilot

Posted By on Tue, Nov 3, 2015 at 12:11 PM

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KFSM reports that a private plane made a crash landing on M.L. King Boulevard in Fayetteville today near Fayetteville High School. Three people on board were injured, but none seriously, the station said.

The station reportsthat the pilot was former Walmart CEO Bill Simon and the plane was en route from Bentonville to Waco when it developed problems.

A pickup reportedly hit the plane after it crashed.

Below is video captured by Kelly King of video as the plane came down. We are running it with his permission.

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