Post Malone’s Plane Makes Emergency Landing in Hudson Valley
Update 4 p.m.: A source at the scene tells Hudson Valley Post the plane landed safely. NYC Aviation confirmed the plane landed safely and taxied clear of the runway.
Update: 3:30 p.m.: TMZ reports that nine fire trucks, 25 emergency responders and 12 ambulances are on standby as the plane is about to land.
A plane carrying a popular singer is circling around the Hudson Valley as it prepares to make an emergency landing with two blown out tires.
Two tires blew off during takeoff when a plane with 16 passengers left this morning from Teterboro Airport in New Jersey heading to London.
TMZ is reporting that Post Malone is one of the 16 passengers on board. Other members of his team are also on board.
TMZ obtained air traffic audio, where the pilot says they lost a tire and asks for permission to circle above. The pilot added there are 16 people on board the plane.
The pilot was told to continue flying to Massachusetts to burn more fuel for a possible safer crash landing.
The FAA later sent the plane to Stewart International Airport in New Windsor to burn off more fuel, People Magazine reports. TMZ confirmed as says the plane will continue to hover in the Hudson Valley as it burns more fuel.
TMZ was told the plane had 3,700 gallons of fuel to burn.
Post Malone was in New York City are for Monday night's MTV VMA awards. He won song of the year and later performed at Radio City Music Hall stage Aerosmith.