Emergency Landing Closes Runway At Tulsa International Airport
TULSA, Oklahoma - A UPS jet headed to Tulsa from Louisville, Kentucky made an emergency landing at Tulsa International Airport when a warning light indicated landing gear problems.
Tulsa Fire scrambled as the twin-engine Airbus landed on the airport's main north-south runway.
After the plane landed safely, a ground crew had to tow the jet off the runway so the airport could reopen the runway to commercial traffic.
There were only two people aboard the UPS airplane. Neither was injured.