A twin-engine plane had a rough landing Thursday afternoon at the Jackson County airport. According to emergency dispatchers, the plane's landing gear failed and the plane landed on the fuselage, skidding off the right side of the runway.
No one was injured in the crash landing. The Piper Twin Comanche did sustain some damage to the underbody and propellers, according a report of the incident. The plan was reportedly being flown by Julian Larry Jordan of Hartwell.
The Harrisburg Fire Department, Jackson County Sheriff's Office deputies and Jackson County EMS responded to the scene around 4 p.m. Thursday.