In Stow, a pilot escaped harm on Sunday morning after a airplane from the World Conflict I period crashed close to Barton Street and the American Heritage Museum. The airplane, which had solely the pilot on board, crashed because of a failure within the entrance touchdown gear. Thankfully, the pilot was capable of exit the plane unhurt. The Federal Aviation Administration is presently investigating the incident. Preliminary findings point out that the collapse of the touchdown gear induced the plane, a single-engine Nieuport 28, to flip over onto its roof. Additional particulars are presently unavailable.