Plane makes emergency landing at Indianapolis airport

Reported engine out after takeoff from Evansville

INDIANAPOLIS - An American Eagle flight had to make an emergency stop in Indianapolis Friday after a pose-takeoff engine failure.

American Eagle Flight 2906 departed Evansville Regional Airport at 5:33 p.m. EST originally headed for Chicago O'Hare International Airport.

After takeoff, the passenger jet, an Embraer 145, notified air traffic controllers of an emergency situation after an engine went out midair. The plane redirected to the Indianapolis International Airport for an emergency landing.

Flight 2906 landed safely in Indianapolis at 6:10 p.m. EST with 44 passengers aboard. No injuries were reported.

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