Jennifer Lawrence's plane makes emergency landing after both engines fail

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News that during the flight, which was coming from Louisville, Kentucky, one of the engines failed at 31,000 feet. The pilots were able to emergency land, though apparently the second engine failed while they were landing the plane, which must've been all kinds of very bad. What made matters worse is that mid-descent, the plane's other engine also ceased to operate.

No doubt such a terrifying moment up in the sky... "The crew diverted to Buffalo when they declared an emergency due to engine-related issues".

Lawrence was flying from Louisville, Kentucky, where she had been visiting family, when the engine failure happened. She was not hurt during the flight, a rep told the news site. The FAA promised further investigations into the matter.

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A representative for the Oscar-winning Silver Linings Playbook star confirmed that Lawrence is "fine" following the scary incident.

Tederous said that after the landing, the aircraft went to Prior Aviation. During the landing, the second engine reportedly failed.

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