The pilot was flying back to the Martinsburg area when he started having problems. Maryland State Police told NBC25 that around two oclock a Martinsburg pilot, 38-year-old Timothy Folk, was flying back from crop-dusting around Baltimore. Folks engine started to smoke. He tried to make an emergency landing at Frederick Municipal Airport. He lost all power and went nose down into a cornfield. The plane then flipped over. He managed to get out of the plane and walked away, relatively unharmed. Folk complained of a sore shoulder but he refused medical treatment. He is a co-owner of Tri-State Aero, a small crop-dusting company. Folks wife told NBC25 he is a very experienced pilot. Neighbors say they heard the commotion: "My brother was outside and he saw the helicopter and were used to seeing them all the time but he saw them go around and then they landed on the other side of the trees and they went back up and circled a lot. One of the patrol officers came in our driveway and asked us how to get over there and he came back," said Greg Saylor, who lives near the crash site. The FAA has been to the crash site but it could be weeks before they finish their investigation. Reported by Adam Hudson" Local Soldier Charged in Iraqi Murders,1152656878,1152713683,"[img align=left]http://www.nbc25.com/main/uploads/sabraham_1152657921_spielman.gif[/img]CHAMBERSBURG, PA- The Chambersburg area is coping with the news that a hometown soldier is one of five men accused of raping and killing an Iraqi girl.