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In a startling incident on Saturday morning, a small plane was forced to make an emergency landing in a vineyard in Santa Barbara County.

According to officials from the Santa Barbara County Fire department, the plane began experiencing engine trouble shortly after takeoff, causing the pilot to maneuver the aircraft towards the runway at the nearby Santa Ynez airport.

However, the plane ultimately landed in a vineyard, but fortunately, none of the four people on board were injured during the emergency landing.

Additionally, officials noted that no fuel leaked from the plane, minimizing the potential environmental impact of the incident.

The incident highlights the dangers and risks associated with air travel, even for small planes.

The prompt actions of the pilot in guiding the aircraft towards a safe landing likely helped to prevent a more severe outcome.

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