Lengthy Island aircraft crash: Small aircraft leads to shrubs close to airport in East Quogue

EAST QUOGUE, New York — A small aircraft trying an emergency touchdown overshot a runway at a Hamptons airport and plowed into some shrubs on Saturday, however no accidents had been reported, police stated.

After taking off from the East Hampton airport and heading west, the aircraft had an engine failure, the Southampton City Police Division stated in a launch.

The pilot tried to land at Gabreski Airport in Westhampton round 1 p.m. however could not make the runway, police stated. The aircraft wound up within the bushes by County Street 104, which runs alongside the sting of the airport and is in East Quogue.

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Police stated the pilot, a 75-year-old man from New York Metropolis, wasn’t injured.

Photographs despatched to TV station News 12 present police gathered by a small aircraft with its nostril within the shrubbery and tail protruding.

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