OCEAN CITY, Md. (AP) — Police in Maryland say the pilot of a small plane told them he was experiencing engine trouble before he made an emergency landing in the shallow ocean waters of a Maryland beach.
News outlets quote Ocean City police as saying in a news release that 23-year-old Trevor H. Deihl took off in his Cessna plane from Reedville, Virginia, on Tuesday for a flight to the Ocean City Airport.
Police say Deihl told them he was about 1 mile (1.6 kilometers) from shore when he began experiencing engine trouble and glided toward the shallow water for an emergency landing.
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This evening at approximately 6:19 pm, an OCPD observed a small plane make an emergency landing into shallow waters of the ocean in the area of 21st and the beach. There was 1 occupant of the aircraft who was evaluated by OC Paramedics & released.— Ocean City PD (@OCPDMDInfo) July 16, 2019
Police spokeswoman Ashley Miller says the Maryland State Police will investigate.
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