News Plane incidents — 10 July 2017

Fire and ambulance emergency crews rushed to Windsor International Airport Sunday morning in response to a report of a jet in trouble and coming in for an emergency landing.

The crew of a Gulfstream jet reported the aircraft was having battery or electrical problems, and a Windsor Fire & Rescue dispatcher advised responders it was unknown if there was smoke present but to prepare for the possibility of an onboard fire.

But minutes later, with the jet safely on the tarmac, the dispatcher gave an “everything 10-4” — no fire and no injuries.

All seven people on board disembarked safely.

The incident is being investigated.

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Windsor Fire and Rescue crews responded when a Gulfstream jet made an emergency landing at Windsor Airport July 9, 2017. All occupants exited safely.

Windsor Fire and Rescue crews responded when a Gulfstream jet made an emergency landing at Windsor Airport July 9, 2017. All occupants exited safely.

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