Seven Rescued After Seaplane Makes Hard Landing in New York's East River

StoryfulNewsPublished: July 22, 2017
Published: July 22, 2017

Seven people were rescued from a seaplane that became disabled after a hard landing in New York’s East River on the afternoon of July 21. ABC7 reported that the seaplane’s pontoon broke upon landing. Images from local media and eyewitnesses showed the plane lopsided, with its left wing partially submerged in the water. The seven people rescued included six passengers and one pilot, according to NBC New York. The FDNY said all people on board were accounted for. Credit: Instagram/nyfab via Storyful

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