Pilot makes emergency landing in field beside Langley’s airport Saturday

The occupants of a plane were uninjured when it made an landing in a farmer’s field adjacent to the Langley Regional Airport Saturday morning.

A witness said the Langley Township fire department was dispatched at about 11:30 a.m. on Nov. 18 for an aircraft crash south of the Langley airport on Fraser Highway.

Crews arrived to find a small aircraft had made an emergency landing in a field nearby after engine failure.

Two occupants were uninjured.

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The Township fire department, the RCMP and BC Ambulance responded to a report of an aircraft that went down in a field adjacent to the airport Saturday morning. (Curtis Kreklau/South Fraser News Service photos and video)

The Township fire department, the RCMP and BC Ambulance responded to a report of an aircraft that went down in a field adjacent to the airport Saturday morning. (Curtis Kreklau/South Fraser News Service photos and video)

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