Plane Makes Emergency Landing on Miami Beach Sand
Courtesy of Miami Beach PD
For the second time in just three days, a small plane has had to make an emergency landing on the sands of Florida's beaches.
Following Sunday's deadly crash landing involving a Piper in Venice, a small Cessna made an emergency landing on Miami Beach at 58th Street today. Luckily, no one was injured in this episode.
The Miami Beach Police Department confirms the pilot experienced engine problems before the emergency landing.
Yes that's a plane that landed on our beach ! No injuries, pilot said he was having engine problems. pic.twitter.com/U3MdYkUdzl— Miami Beach Police (@MiamiBeachPD) July 29, 2014
Otherwise, details are still scarce, but we'll update you when we know more.
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