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New Details Surface After Post Malone's Plane Makes An Emergency Landing

Developing: Post Malone's plane has just landed at Stewart International Airport. At this time, it is not known if there are any injuries on board. The landing was broadcasted live on Facebook by CBS New York. It appears the landing was smooth, therefore injuries are not likely.

CBS New York

LIVE NOW: A London-bound plane that left Teterboro Airport in New Jersey this morning with two blown tires is being diverted to New York Stewart International Airport in Orange County....

Update:

We are tuning into the Orange County broadcastify channel, where they have sent six ambulances to the tarmac at Stewart International Airport in New York -- In preparation for Post Malone's plane to make an emergency landing.

Earlier, we reported Post Malone's plane suffered two blown out tires after taking off from a New Jersey airport, per TMZ.

The plane, which was originally destined for London, was rerouted to Westfield-Barnes Regional Airport in Massachusetts.

The decision was made to burn more fuel before attempting to land the aircraft -- In the hopes the plane would be able to land safely.

We have just learned the plane is now being rerouted again to Stewart Airport in New York and will attempt to make an emergency landing. The news was confirmed by ABC.

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