Runway closed after pilot aborts flight mid-take off at OSU Airport

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COLUMBUS - A runway is closed after an airplane needed to abort mid-take off due to the lack of power to fly at the Ohio State University Airport.

It happened around 8 a.m. Saturday at 2160 West Case Road.

A spokesperson with the OSU Airport told 10TV that due to the rain the pilot decided after taking off that he needed to land the plane in the grass.

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Everyone on the plane was able to get off and return to the airport terminal safely. There were no reported injuries.

Airport officials plan to clean up where the airplane landed in the grass tomorrow.

The airport remains open.

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