A Justice Department plane being used for local homeland security training made an emergency landing on Interstate 80 in northern New Jersey on Monday, the Associated Press reported.
The landing occurred after a fuel line malfunction prevented the plane from returning to Teterboro Airport in Teterboro, N.J., accoording to the Bergen County prosecutor’s office. The plane was on loan to the office, the AP reported.
No injuries were reported among the two passengers – a flight instructor and law enforcement officer– or anyone on the ground.
A flatbed truck was used to remove the plane.