TULSA, Okla. — Quick Facts:
- Officials at Tulsa International Airport confirmed a small Beechcraft Bonanza plane made an emergency landing Friday night.
- The plane was having alternator problems. Upon landing they had additional issues with the landing gear.
- Two runways have been shutdown while crews work to move the plane.
Two runways were shutdown Friday night at Tulsa International Airport after a small plane made an emergency landing.
Airport officials said the plane experience alternator issues and was forced to land. Upon landing, they had more problems with the landing gear.
Two people were on board the plane, but not injuries were reported.
Airport officials said commercial planes still had access to the west runway and no diversions are expected.
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