Two Die in Ultralight Crash

Two Die in Ultralight Crash Two people died Monday afternoon in an ultralight aircraft crash in South Jersey.

The crash took place at about 3:45 p.m. just a few miles from the Woodbine Airport, along Fiddler Hill Road in Cape May County.

Preliminary reports indicated that a Coast Guard helicopter might have reported the crash to police.

An ultralight aircraft is supposed to be only a one-person device, but there are ultralights that can carry an instructor and a student. Operators normally carry parachutes on board.

There is no word yet on the victims' identities or why the aircraft went down.

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