Small Plane Makes Emergency Landing on Indiana interstate
A 1967 Beechcraft Bonzana plane had to make an emergency landing on Interstate-65, between the cities of Seymour and Crothersville, in Indiana, on February 27th.
The plane was heading from Seymour, Indiana, to Louisville, Kentucky, when it developed a mechanical problem. The pilot Aaron Wright, 44, of Carmel, attempted to return to the airport but realized he could not make it and landed on the interstate instead.
The plane was carrying three people, including Wright, his wife, and 13-year-old son; all of them remained uninjured.
Indiana State Police, the FAA and the NTSB are investigating.