Plane makes emergency landing on street in Blaine, Minnesota

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A small, single-engine airplane made an emergency landing on a street in Blaine, Minnesota Sunday afternoon after it unexpectedly lost power. 

The plane was flying east around 3:20 p.m. when it lost power and had to land in the eastbound lane of traffic on 125th Avenue near Harpers Street, Sgt. Jeff Warner with the Blaine Police Department said. No one was injured in the landing. 

The pilot clipped a street sign on the way down. causing some minor damage to the plane. 

The Federal Aviation Administration is investigating the incident.