C-130 Makes Emergency Landing at MSP After Engine Fails | News
KSTP.com has learned a C-130 had landed safely at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport Wednesday morning after one of its engines apparently failed.
An airport spokesperson tells KSTP.com the military flight carrying nine crew members made an emergency landing at 11:05 a.m., after calling in the engine failure at 10:37 a.m.
The airport says everyone on board is safe.
The C-130 has four total engines.
Emergency crews were awaiting the plane's landing.
The airport spokesperson says because it is a military flight, it's unclear where it was originally going.
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