One Ju 52 was shot down by ground fire at Lillehammer, on its way to Dombås. The pilot made a forced landing at Lysegårdsjordet.

Another Ju 52 made a forced landing at Vålebu in Ringebu .

Ju 52 1Z+GS crashed at Gråberget, Dombås.

Ju 52 1Z+AC WNr.6077 made a forced landing on a field at Sørkedalen.

Ju 52 (WNr.6346) made a forced landing at Galterud, Kongsvinger

One of the Ju 52's ran out of fuel and ended in Sweden:
1Z+BC WNr.5196 of Stab II./KGzbV 1, made a safe landing on the ice of lake Vänern, Mariestad: Crew: Ofw.Kurt Bartel. Ofw.Josef Becker. Uffz.Werner Röhr. Fw. Ernst Rethmeier.

Junkers Ju 52/3m Svarttjern, Krokskogen Buskerud

5./KGzbV 1 WNr.5894 1Z+MN 14.04 1940

Because of the allied landing at Åndalsnes, and the immediate danger of them to join retreating Norwegian forces, Hitler ordered the railway junction at Dombås to be occupied by paratroopers. Fifteen Ju 52's took off from Fornebu at 17:00. The weather was very bad. They were met by heavy ground fire when they reached Dombås. Only five of the planes managed to return to Fornebu, two landed at Vaernes.
Crew: Uffz.Kurt Fleischer, Obergefr. Erich Bütow both wounded, rest of the crew unhurt.

source: Larry Hickey/Peter Cornwell EoE project. Article in "Flyhistorie" Nr.28/2013 by Jan E Lie. Heftet: Ringerike årgang 1999
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1Z+MN crashed due to heavy fog here at Krokskogen, south east of Hønefoss. All six onboard survived. They stayed for a while in a small cabin near by the crash site. Later they were guided down to Ringkollen by locals. The wreckage was removed the next year. The engines are said to be buried in the bog near by the crash site.