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

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.

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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.


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