Cessna Makes Emergency Landing on Key Biscayne Golf Course
A Cessna 150 aircraft made an emergency landing on a golf course in Key Biscayne, Florida, on October 26.
The plane was en-route from Miami-Opa-locka Executive Airport to Miami Executive Airport when the pilot noticed an engine problem and decided to make an emergency landing at Crandon Golf course.
The plane struck some palm trees while landing and sustained damage to one of its wings.
The pilot and his only passenger remained uninjured.
The aircraft is owned by a company in Wilmington, Delaware.