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Small Plane Executes Emergency Landing on Parkland Road

A small aircraft was compelled to make an emergency landing on a Parkland road Monday afternoon, following an engine malfunction.

The incident, involving a single-engine Cessna C150, unfolded around 4 p.m. near Nob Hill Road and Hillsboro Boulevard.

The Federal Aviation Administration confirmed the event, precipitated by the pilot reporting an engine issue.

A Close Call Caught on Camera

Cellphone footage captured the tense moments as the plane narrowly flew over vehicles before its emergency landing.

An audible expression of shock, “Oh my God, oh my God,” can be heard in the video, underlining the startling nature of the incident.

A Successful Emergency Maneuver

Remarkably, the situation did not result in any injuries. Both individuals aboard the plane, identified as seasoned pilots conducting a training session, emerged unscathed.

This fortunate outcome led Deputy Chief Mike Moser of the Coral Springs Fire Department to label the event a “successful emergency landing.”

He praised the pilots’ ability to safely land the aircraft on a busy roadway without causing harm to themselves, motorists, or pedestrians.

Aftermath and FAA Investigation

Subsequent aerial footage revealed the Cessna resting on a grassy median adjacent to the roadway, its bright green exterior clearly visible against the backdrop of the road and sidewalk.

As standard protocol, the Federal Aviation Administration will conduct a thorough investigation to ascertain the precise cause of the engine issue and the circumstances surrounding the emergency landing.

With information from NBC Miami

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