Firefighting Plane Involved in Crash Pulled from Lake Livingston

    POLK COUNTY, Texas — A plane that crashed into Lake Livingston was pulled out of the water early Friday morning.

    The plane crashed around 5 p.m. Tuesday while trying to respond to wildfires in Polk County.

    According to the Texas A&M Forest Service, multiple fires ignited in the area near Corrigan, which is northeast of the lake. The service was called to assist in an effort to suppress the fire, which led to the Fire Boss Single Engine Air Tanker being mobilized prior to crashing.

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