Jennifer Lawrence Is OK After Her Private Jet Lost Both Its Engines

12 June 2017, 07:47 | Santos Harmon

Jennifer Lawrence's Plane Forced to Make Emergency Landing

JLaw fine after plane engine failure, scary emergency landing

JLaw's plane, which departed from her hometown of Louisville, Kentucky, lost one of its engines at 31,000 feet.

The actor was overseas her private plane when the flight reportedly suffered an engine failure and was forced to make an emergency landing, reported E! online.

The pilots landed the plane safely in Buffalo, New York and the actress came away unscathed.

The Oscar victor was flying back having visited her family in her hometown of Louisville, Kentucky on Saturday.

DUP agrees to principles of 'confidence and supply' deal with Tories
That means the DUP will back the government on key votes, but it's not a coalition government or a broader pact. She had brought the election forward by three years in the hope of winning a larger Commons majority.

Cavs not looking to slow down pace of Finals with Warriors
Durant said he can feel the impact Golden State's third-quarter runs have had in sapping the will from their rivals. Cleveland Cavaliers win in 6: 2.55%. "We have to take care of home court", Cavaliers forward Kevin Love said.

Business leaders express concern about promises in BC NDP Green agreement
NDP leader John Horgan and Green leader Andrew Weaver made the accord between their two parties official this afternoon. As leader of a recognized third party, Weaver gets a 25 per cent raise, an additional $26,470.46 a year.

During the emergency landing the pilots were making in NY, the other engine failed as well. This prompted the crew to decide on an emergency landing.

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has released a statement regarding the incident.

Jennifer Lawrence is safe and unhurt. The flight was supposed to land at Teterboro Airport, New Jersey, but the engine issues forced them to take immediate action. During the landing, the second engine reportedly failed.

It's not yet clear if or when the plane left Buffalo.



Other News

Trending Now

Stanley Cup Finals: Conor Sheary scores on birthday, Phil Kessel adds on
But what the Predators do have is a roster full of players who are capable of collectively stepping up and taking a game over. After being outshot 97 to 67 in the first three games of the series, the Penguins have tightened things up in the last two.

Climate decision could accelerate damage to Trump properties
Small Business Chamber of Commerce. "While we all have to think globally, we must act locally", he says. Science is clear that we have a limited window to reduce emissions before impacts become irreversible.

Penguins beat Predators 4-1, take 2-0 lead
The Penguins' 4-1 victory over the Nashville Predators in Game 2 on Wednesday night at PPG Paints Arena is a flawless example. They went 9 minutes and 50 seconds without a shot, reminiscent of the second period of Game 1when they had no shots at all.

Apple CEO Tim Cook to address 2017 graduates at MIT
Cook spoke to the MIT graduates as a generation coming up to meet lofty expectations. "That responsibility is huge ". He also advised them: "Don't listen to trolls, and for God's sake don't become one".

Well, this is awkward: Jerry Seinfeld refuses to hug Kesha
There is no sugar coating this, it is as awkward as it sounds, especially when you watch the exchange unfold for yourself. Singer Kesha may have found that out the hard way on Monday night when the pair ran into each other on the red carpet .

Crosby scores, Malkin shoots yet Penguins lose 4-1 to Preds
Nashville's Calle Jarnkrok was the first to get the puck past Matt Murray, scoring 5:09 into the first period . Pittsburgh's superstar has insisted he did not complain about Subban's breath in Game 3 as Subban said he did.

Shots fired at protest kill 5 farmers in central India
Despite the government's assurances that it would buy onions and moong dal from the farmers, the protests are intensifying. Farmers are likely to observe the strike from June 1 to June 10, pressing their demands on the government.

Report suggests Russian Federation hackers breached voting software firm
The report itself doesn't offer raw intelligence, The Intercept said, but analyzes intelligence the NSA recently acquired. The test emails appeared to be sent to accounts that appeared to be associated with American Samoa's Election Office.

Goldman under fire for buying Venezuela "hunger bonds"
The bank said it did not buy the bonds directly from the Venezuelan government. Goldman Sachs did not say in its statement how much it paid for the bonds.

EU, China to unite on global warming after Trump withdrawal
A day after Trump rejected the Paris agreement, the European Union and Chinese leaders repeated their support for the deal. It will be widely seen as a rebuff to the United States , as President Trump deliberates on withdrawal from the accord.