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Two Twin Cities men were in serious condition after their single-engine plane crash-landed Wednesday morning in a cornfield in western Carver County.
Pilot Kenneth J. Klein, 52, of New Brighton, and John P. Miller, 39, of Blaine, were being treated at Hennepin County Medical Center in Minneapolis, a spokeswoman said. Klein reported pressure gauge problems and was looking for a road to land on in Watertown Township about 8:30 a.m., said chief deputy sheriff Denny Owens. Instead, the plane plowed through about 30 yards of cornstalks and lost its engine and tires. It stopped near Buck Lake Road, north of 46th Street, a few miles north of Lake Waconia.
Klein and Miller were conscious when rescue workers pried open the plane doors. One man had a broken leg and the other had back injuries, Owens said. They had flown out of the Crystal Airport and were en route to Sioux Falls, S.D., on a business trip, the Sheriff’s Office said.
They were flying a Cirrus Design plane, which carries a parachute that wasn’t deployed, Owens said.