A single-engine Piper struck a snowbank upon landing at the Alton Bay Seaplane Base in Alton Bay, N.H., on Saturday at about 11:40 a.m., the Federal Aviation Administration said. No one was injured.
The fixed-wing aircraft is registered to David M. King of Plainville, according to the FAA’s online database.
The plane struck a snowbank, collapsing its nose gear, and rolled off the ice-covered runway, the FAA said.
Three people were on board, and none needed medical assistance, said Alton Fire Chief Jim Beaudoin.
The airport has an FAA-approved ice runway, with snow on either side, he said.
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