N.D. (NewsDakota.com) – Emergency Officials were called to the Jamestown Regional Airport to a plane needing emergency landing Friday afternoon.
The pilot of a six passenger private airplane called down reporting that the plane was malfunctioning and requested emergency clearance to land in Jamestown. The pilot reported that the engine gave out a puff of smoke indicating a problem.
Airport Manager Samuel Seafeldt says the flight was making a return trip to Fargo.
Seafeldt stated that some instruments were malfunctioning, which caused the pilot to believe there was a fire.
Crews stayed on scene to make sure no flames erupted. Both of the planes lone occupants were not injured. The plane continued its trip after being cleared at 2:50 PM Friday afternoon.