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A Baltimore Police helicopter made an emergency landing in Patterson Park Tuesday morning

A Baltimore Police helicopter makes an emergency landing in Patterson Park on Tuesday morning.
A Baltimore Police helicopter makes an emergency landing in Patterson Park on Tuesday morning. (Courtesy of Quentin Bade)

A Baltimore Police helicopter made an emergency landing in Patterson Park shortly after 11 a.m. Tuesday after the aircraft’s “indicator warning light” came on, a police spokesperson said.

There were no injuries on the scene, said police spokeswoman Lindsey Eldridge in an email. At the time, there was a pilot and two observers on board. The landing was made “out of an abundance of caution,” Eldridge wrote.

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Mechanics were called to the scene to evaluate the engine and warning light, Eldridge said. “At no time” did the helicopter lose power during the flight or landing, Eldridge wrote, nor did the pilot lose control of the aircraft.

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