Fighter Jet Emergency Landing
PITTSBURGH (AP) - A U.S. military fighter jet has made an emergency landing in Pittsburgh after its crew reported a possible engine fire.
An Allegheny County Airport Authority spokesman says the F-18 aircraft had taken off from the 911th Airlift Wing in nearby Moon Township on Friday when the pilot got a warning signal.
Spokesman Jeff Martinelli says the jet's two-man crew landed at Pittsburgh International Airport. He says there was no fire, no injuries and no effect on commercial traffic at the airport.
A spokesman for the 911th Airlift Wing can't be reached for comment.
Earlier this month, the Air Force announced plans to close the Pittsburgh base as part of a long-term strategy to reduce military budgets.
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