No Injuries When Sea Plane Crashes into Florida Lake

SANFORD, Fla. (AP) -- No one was seriously injured after a sea plane crashed into Lake Jesup in central Florida.
The Seminole County Sheriff's office says deputies found the plane overturned in the water near Bird Island, near the center of the lake, after the Thursday morning crash.
The Orlando Sentinel reports deputies found the pilot standing in waist-deep water.
Seminole County's emergency manager Alan Harris says the pilot only suffered minor scrapes and cuts. He was the only person on board the plane.
The newspaper reports the plane was a SeaRey, which is an amphibious kit plane.

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