A small plane made an emergency landing on Airport Road Saturday morning. (Everett Police)

A small plane made an emergency landing on Airport Road Saturday morning. (Everett Police)

Small plane makes emergency landing on Everett’s Airport Road

The pilot was having issues with the small aircraft’s landing equipment. No injuries were reported.

EVERETT — Airport Road closed down Saturday morning when a small airplane had to make an emergency landing on the roadway, according to Everett police.

The pilot and the passenger inside the plane were both unharmed, said Everett officer Kerby Duncan. He said the pilot was having issues with the plane’s landing equipment when they touched down around 10:30 a.m., between 94th Street SW and Kasch Park Road.

Photos indicate the plane experienced little to no damage during the landing. Roads were open again by 1 p.m.

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