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Robert A. Wolff's plane is shown following the crash landing. (Navajo County Sheriff's Office)

A 61-year-old Colorado man was able to walk away after his single-engine plane crashed in the Sitgreaves National Forest near Pinetop on Friday.

Robert A. Wolff was flying from Durango, Colo. to Mexico when his Super SR22 suffered a catastrophic oil failure. He was able to crash land in a wooded area off of Forest Service Road 45.

After the crash, Wolff used his cellphone to contact the FAA about the crash.

Wolff was taken to a local hospital for a medical evaluation.

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