An airplane that made an emergency landing in Notasulga, Ala., and collided with a car resulted in only one minor injury Sunday afternoon, the Alabama Department of Public Safety said.
The Cessna 182 lost power about 12 miles northwest of the Auburn–Opelika Robert G. Pitts Airport just after 1 p.m. CST. It landed on Alabama 14, in northeast Notasulga, and collided with a moving vehicle, said Sgt. Steve Jarrett with Alabama State Troopers.
A passenger in the vehicle had a minor injury. Jarrett listed no injuries for the three people in the airplane.
The names and ages of those involved in the collision weren’t available Sunday.
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The highway was closed for at least four hours as the plane’s wings were removed and towed away by a wrecker, Jarrett said.