Officials with the Highway Patrol say no one was hurt nor were there any damages.
The FFA and Ohio Highway Patrol are investigating a forced emergency landing that took place in Clinton County, Wednesday. Officials with the Highway Patrol say 57-year-old Douglas Alexander was flying his 1967 Beechcraft Bonaza from Oxford, Mississippi, to Columbus, Ohio, when one of the cylinders in the engine failed, causing a loss of power.
Authorities say Alexander landed the plane in a plowed field near Krouse Road at Farmers Road in Washington Township just before noon.
Alexander was not injured, and there was no damage to the plane nor the property, according to officials with the Highway Patrol.