A plane made an emergency landing in the middle of Bruce B. Downs this morning

The plane took off from Tampa Executive Airport and no injuries were reported, says Tampa Fire Rescue.

Photo via Florida Department of Transportation traffic camera

A plane made an emergency landing on a median in New Tampa this morning.

FDOT cameras show the single-engine Cessna T188C safely upright at the intersection of Bruce D. Downs and Interstate-75 at around 11 a.m. 

The plane took off from Tampa Executive Airport and no injuries were reported, says Tampa Fire Rescue. Tampa Police said the plane was suffering from possible engine trouble.

This is a developing story.

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