Miranda Lambert’s Plane Makes Emergency Landing
Miranda Lambert faced a very scary situation when a plane she was a passenger aboard was forced to make an emergency landing.
CBS reports that yesterday (June 3) a private jet carrying Miranda Lambert and her team was Nashville-bound when the aircraft lost pressure and was grounded in West Virginia.
Despite the scare, Miranda approached the incident with a good sense of humor -- and even managed to plug her new album, 'Platinum.' The country singer posted a pic on Instagram, along with the caption, "Our plane had an emergency landing in Clarksburg WV. But don't worry, we found platinum fire suits. Yes! #platinum."
Wes Vause, Miranda's publicist, tells CBS that while in West Virginia, the passengers spent time with firefighters (that explains the platinum suits!) and listened to lots of country music. Although the plane was grounded for about three hours, Miranda and her team landed at their original destination, Nashville, around 7PM CT.
We're so glad to hear that Miranda and everyone aboard the plane arrived safely!