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Arborist rescues plane out of a tree

Arborist Matt Morch, of Picton, rescuing John Ferguson's radio-controlled airplane.

Arborist Matt Morch, of Picton, rescuing John Ferguson’s radio-controlled airplane.

A local arborist came to the rescue after the County’s John Ferguson got his radio-controlled airplane stuck in a tree.

“On Tuesday I was flying one of my large planes equipped with a camera when I came too close to the top of a very tall tree and got stuck in it,” said Ferguson, a member of the Bay of Quinte Aeromodellers Club. “After spending hours trying to free the plane using a ladder and very long pole I called Matt Morch, of Picton, an arborist who came to my rescue.”

The radio-controlled plane with a seven-foot wingspan, was sitting on top of a leafy 70 to 80 foot Maple just off the west end of the Consecon Flying field.

“Matt climbed to the very top of the tree using a rope and climbing equipment,” said Ferguson. “He carefully lowered the plane to the ground to fly another day.”

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  1. john says:

    Ray, it shows how expensive these things are, and would do anything to get them back.

  2. Ray Hobson says:

    This shows how attached we are to our flying models.

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