Plane makes emergency landing on Arlington interstate

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ARLINGTON, Texas – A plane in Arlington made an emergency landing on an interstate.

According to the Federal Aviation Administration, the plane was towing a banner near I-20 and 287 interchange when the pilot told air traffic controllers the plane had lost oil pressure.

The pilot then told the air traffic controllers he was dropping the banner and would make an emergency landing.

According to NBC DFW, the pilot was uninjured.  However, the plane hit a vehicle, which may have resulted in injuries to at least one passenger.

One person has been transported to the hospital.

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