Thursday, July 30, 2015

Incident occurred July 30, 2015 at Southern California Logistics Airport (KVCV), Victorville, California

San Bernardino County Fire Department's specialized "crash trucks" stood by and inspected a plane that made an emergency landing at SCLA Thursday afternoon. The plane was cleared to fly. 
(Photo courtesy San Bernardino County Fire Department)
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VICTORVILLE — A plane was cleared after making a landing at Southern California Logistics Airport Thursday afternoon as San Bernardino County Fire Department firefighters and specialized fire trucks stood by, authorities said. 

According to County Fire officials, three of the department's "crash trucks" stood by when the plane landed around 3:30 p.m. with "an unknown problem." 

The plane was reportedly leaking an unknown substance, but landed safely and was checked by the trucks to make sure there was no fire, hazardous leaks or fuel leaks. 

"The aircraft was cleared with no findings," County Fire firefighter Jeremy Kern said. 

The plane took off shortly after the clearance. 

Source: http://www.vvdailypress.com

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