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People gather around a USU plane after it made an emergency landing at the Logan-Cache Airport on Thursday.

Emergency responders were dispatched to the Logan-Cache Airport Thursday at about 9:30 a.m. after a Utah State University student pilot reported the possibility of an abnormal landing.

The plane, a 2006 fixed-wing single-engine Diamond aircraft, set down safely a short time later without incident or injury.

According to USU aviation professor Andreas Wesemann, the student was on a solo flight, flying in a training environment. When she anticipated a problem, she reported it and safely brought down the plane.

Wesemann said it was a minor incident, and emergency responders were dispatched to the scene as a precaution.

The plane was immediately impounded and the aviation department will conduct an internal investigation to determine where things went wrong.

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