Wyoming is really a town of 8,000 people 40 miles northeast of St. Paul.

Federal Aviation Administration records show the plane was registered in 2007 to Leonard Nolden of Isanti, Minnesota. An FAA spokesperson did not immediately react to voicemail message and e-mail in the Connected Press on Saturday.


Information from: Star Tribune, http://world wide web.startribune.com

The only-engine SportCruiser plane arrived within the southbound lanes of Interstate 35 near Wyoming soon after 10 p.m. Friday. Government bodies were made to temporarily close each side from the interstate, that was busy with 4th of This summer weekend traffic.

Government bodies say they are looking into why a little plane arrived on the busy interstate north of Minnesota’s Twin Metropolitan areas.

A Minnesota Condition Patrol spokesperson states it’s unclear if the plane crashed or made an urgent situation landing.

Some fuel leaked to the road prior to the aircraft was removed around night time, and police stated the pilot had minor injuries. Nobody else was hurt.

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