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Santa Rosa County deputies are still searching for the pilot of a six-seater Piper PA-46 Turbo Prop airplane that crashed late Sunday night in the area of Lakeside Drive and Lakeside Court in Milton.
Deputies responded to the area around 9:15 p.m., shortly after the pilot made an emergency call to the FAA Atlanta Center declaring an in-flight emergency approximately 35 miles southwest of Birmingham, Ala. The pilot said that the windshield of the plane had imploded and he was bleeding severely.
An Indiana pilot who faked a distress call and bailed out of a plane over Alabama was found at a Gadsden County campground Tuesday night after slashing is wrist in a suicide attempt