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Small Plane Makes Emergency Landing in Louisiana

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Small Plane Makes Emergency Landing in Louisiana

A small plane made an emergency landing in a parking lot in LaPlace, St. John the Baptist Parish, Louisiana, on November 26.

Authorities said the plane, that took off from the Reserve airport, had to land in emergency due to engine trouble.

The plane landed safely on Belle Terre Boulevard and both occupants, including the pilot and a passenger, remained unhurt.

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No injuries reported after a small plane crash in Rural Retreat Sunday

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No injuries reported after small plane crash in Rural Retreat

No injuries were reported after a small plane crash, according to Mountain Empire Airport.

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