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Japan: Emergency Field Landing when Engine Quits

Tuesday, September 24, 2013
By George Hatcher
Japan: Emergency Field Landing when Engine Quits

Four people aboard a privately owned Fuji Fa-200-160 made a crash landing in a field near Ozaki, Yachiuo city, Japan. The pilot made the emergency landing because the engine quit. There were no fatalities, and only the co-pilot, who suffered a facial injury sustained any injury. The plane had taken off from and was... »

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