MISSION VIEJO, Calif. (AP) — A pilot whose small plane crashed and burst into flames on a California freeway over the summer said he realized he was trapped after he made sure his wife could get out of the burning aircraft.Frank Pisano said Sunday that his legs were stuck and he had no feeling from the waist down as the plane burned around him on Interstate 405 in Orange County."When I was trapped, I was ready to die," he told a crowd of about 250 people at Mount of Olives Church in Mission Viejo. "I put my head down and prayed. It was a really peaceful feeling.
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