In Stow, a pilot escaped damage on Sunday morning after a airplane from the World Battle I period crashed close to Barton Highway and the American Heritage Museum. The airplane, which had solely the pilot on board, crashed as a consequence of a failure within the entrance touchdown gear. Thankfully, the pilot was in a position to exit the plane unhurt. The Federal Aviation Administration is at present investigating the incident. Preliminary findings point out that the collapse of the touchdown gear precipitated the plane, a single-engine Nieuport 28, to flip over onto its roof. Additional particulars are at present unavailable.