Plane lands softly in marsh -- but how to get it out? (update: plane removed)

Image by Coast GuardImage by 20090427-plane.jpg If you've ever had to pull even a shoe out of the marsh, you know that this will be no small task -- and the plane is really in there, check out this wider perspective photograph.

Updates at the bottom.

Both father and son emerged unscathed from a crash landing in the marsh near Mount Pleasant's old Pitt Street bridge on Saturday -- but while they were able to walk out of the marsh, it won't be so easy for the plane.

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Hop on over to The Post and Courier for the rundown.

The paper also has some coverage of the crash and Live 5 News has a good video overview of the crash.

Update April 29: The Post and Courier reports that the plane has been removed, read on for how.