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Passengers uninjured after plane lands short of runway in Upland at Cable Airport

Two people on board were uninjured Monday afternoon after a small plane suffered engine failure, leading to a hard landing in Upland near Cable Airport, an official said.
Allen Kenitzer, spokesman for the Federal Aviation Administration, said the single-engine plane landed short of its targeted runway, causing substantial damage to the aircraft.
Records from the FAA showed the plane was a Piper PA-24 Comanche – a plane that can have four or six seats. It was registered to an address in Camp Verde, Ariz.
The FAA and the National Transportation Safety Board are investigating the incident, Kenitzer said.
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