Plane makes emergency landing on highway, no injuries

Article By: Scott Adkins

SELLERSBURG, IN (WAVE) - A pilot and passenger walked away without injuries after making an emergency landing on Highway 60 in Sellersburg.

The plane ran out of fuel, according to the passenger on board. It happened near Future Drive and Exit 7 on Interstate 65. The pilot clipped a truck as it touched down and caused minimal damage, according to Indiana State Police. Troopers said there are a few scrapes on the truck's hood, but that is the only visible damage.
A police escort guided the pilot as he drove it to Clark County Regional Airport where an FAA investigation will continue.

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