LANCASTER, Pa. (CBS/AP) – A small plane landed on the Pennsylvania Turnpike Monday evening, shutting down some traffic and prompting a crash, authorities said. It happened in the westbound lanes between the Lebanon-Lancaster and Harrisburg East exits.Irv Cross, Former Eagles Star DB And Pioneer Black Analyst, Dies At 81
Officials say the plane had engine trouble and clipped two tractor-trailers as it landed.
No injuries were reported.
The Pennsylvania Turnpike tweeted shortly after 6:30 p.m. that some traffic was blocked in the area.READ MORE: COVID In Philadelphia: City Easing More Restrictions Monday On Road To Recovery
DISABLED VEHICLE – #PaTurnpike I-76 West at MM 263 between Lebanon-Lancaster Exit # 266 & Harrisburg East Exit # 247. The right lane is blocked. Watch for slow or stopped traffic. @PA_Turnpike @TotalTrafficMDT @AmandaABC27 @WGAL @CBS21NEWS @fox43 pic.twitter.com/EVHMKFoLIc
— PA Turnpike Alerts (@PATurnpikeAlert) February 8, 2021
The road was cleared a couple of hours later.MORE NEWS: 'I Just Want Him To Come Home': Missing 13-Year-Old Jalen Maxwell's Mother Makes Tearful Plea To Help Find Her Son
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