Flight headed to Fresno made emergency landing
FRESNO, Calif. (KFSN) -- A United Express flight headed to Fresno was forced to make an emergency landing Saturday.
The plane left San Francisco just before 1 p.m. bound for Fresno. According to the FAA, the pilot said an oil pressure indicator came on as the plane approached Fresno.
Emergency crews monitored the plane as it landed but the flight was able to land safely. None of the passengers on the 30 seat turbo-prop airplane were hurt.
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