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Plane from Chattanooga makes emergency landing in NW Arkansas

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CHATTANOOGA (WRCB) - Four people who took off from Chattanooga Sunday night are recovering after their plane made an emergency landing in Rogers, Arkansas.

According to Rogers Fire Chief the aircraft lost control because of weather problems.

The wing was snapped off the plane causing the plane to lead fuel and forcing it to land at the Rogers Municipal Airport.

All four people on board were treated at the scene and released.

An Arkansas newspaper reports the plane, a Piper Malibu Meridan, is registered to Robert H. Yoe of Chattanooga.

We'll continue to update this story as information becomes available.

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