No one hurt when flightseeing plane makes emergency landing

Associated PressJuly 8, 2012 

FAIRBANKS - Alaska State Troopers say a flight-seeing plane carrying eight people made an emergency landing near the Parks Highway around Cantwell.The Fairbanks Daily News-Miner said no injuries were reported in the incident involving the single-engine Fly Denali aircraft Saturday evening.

Troopers say tail damage on the 1966 DHC-2 deHavilland was reported after the landing in a marshy area.

According to troopers spokeswoman Beth Ipsen, the pilot said the plane lost power.

Troopers coordinated a rescue with Denali National Park rangers.

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