An airplane made an emergency landing on a Seminole County highway Friday. The pilot told witnesses he ran out of gas.
The small aircraft landed on the new eastbound lanes of of I-4 near exit 94, which is not yet open to the public, the Orlando Sentinel reported.
Police told the newspaper that the pilot, who was flying solo to Orlando Executive Airport from DeLand, told troopers he had mechanical issues, but that he had previously told witnesses he had run out of fuel.
The incident delayed drivers traveling during rush hour in both directions. There were no injuries reported. Police were working to remove the airplane from the interstate.
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