Engine Failure on South Dakota Bound Flight
A plane flying from Denver to South Dakota made an emergency landing in western Nebraska when an engine failed the Scottsbluff Star Herald reports.
Aerodynamics Flight 217 bound for Pierre and Watertown made an unexpected stop in Scottsbluff, Nebraska Wednesday (August 9) when one of it’s engines lost power.
The flight crew and the planes 46 passengers landed safely at Western Nebraska Regional Airport. Travelers stayed in Scottsbluff hotels and continued their journeys by rental cars.
Source: Scottsbluff Star Herald
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