Actor Morgan Freeman unhurt after plane’s forced landing

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Actor Morgan Freeman unhurt after plane’s unexpected landing.

TUNICA, Mississippi (AP) — Morgan Freeman says he was aboard his plane when it had to make an unexpected landing in Mississippi, but nobody was injured. Clarksdale Mayor Bill Luckett, a longtime friend of Freeman, told the Associated Press the aircraft made what he described as a controlled forced landing just before dark on Saturday at an airport in Tunica after it had taken off from Clarksdale. Freeman released a statement saying he was headed to Texas to shoot a segment for the series “The Story of God.” He says, “Sometimes things don’t go as planned and a tire blew on takeoff, which caused other problems.” He says they “landed safely without a scratch.” He says he can’t say the same about his plane. Both cities are near each other in northwestern Mississippi, with Tunica about 40 miles southwest of Memphis, Tennessee, and one sheriff’s official said the plane went off the runway after landing. Luckett says Freeman and the pilot were aboard the flight that originated in Clarksdale, and another plane was en route to Tunica, the landing site, to pick Freeman up.

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