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Plane makes emergency landing on rural North Dakota highway

The fixed-wing aircraft came to rest about 6 miles north of the Burleigh County town of Wing, and it was moved off the highway.

FSA North Dakota news brief
North Dakota news brief
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WING, N.D. — A private, single-engine plane reported engine failure at about 9:20 a.m. Friday, May 27, and made an emergency landing on a rural highway.

The pilot, 32-year-old Garhett Langer, and passengers Raymond Martinez, 34, and Jacob Wutzke, 31, all from Bismarck, were not hurt during the landing that occurred on North Dakota Highway 14 near the town of Wing, according to the North Dakota Highway Patrol.

The fixed-wing aircraft came to rest about 6 miles north of Wing, and it was moved off the highway.

No additional information was immediately available.

Wing is a small town in Burleigh County about 45 miles northeast of Bismarck.

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