Crop Spraying Plane Makes Emergency Landing Near Hebron

(Hebron, ND) — The pilot of a crop-spraying plane is uninjured after he made an emergency landing near Hebron Monday morning. The North Dakota Highway Patrol says the pilot had been spraying crops near Glen Ullin and was headed back to Hebron when the plane’s engine started sputtering. The engine died before the plane made it to the airstrip, forcing the pilot to land on Morton County Road 89 instead. The cause of the engine failure is being investigated.

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