1 Dead After Small Plane Crashes During Takeoff At Woodbine Municipal Airport

1 Dead After Small Plane Crashes During Takeoff At Woodbine Municipal Airport One person is dead after a small plane crashed at Woodbine Municipal Airport in Cape May County on Tuesday afternoon.

The FAA says a Mooney M20C aircraft crashed during takeoff just after 2 p.m.

Only the pilot was on board the plane at the time. New Jersey State Police confirmed the pilot, 85-year-old Wayne Rumble, of Marmora, died in the crash.

The FAA and the NTSB are investigating.

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