Small plane bound for Poughkeepsie makes emergency landing on golf course

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PARAMUS, N.J. -

A small plane that was headed to Poughkeepsie made an emergency landing Sunday on a golf course in New Jersey.

The plane had four people aboard when it landed on the ninth hole of the Paramus Golf Course in Paramus.

Police say three of the occupants were being treated for what appeared to be minor injuries.

It's unclear if anyone was on the course at the time. No injuries were reported on the ground.

Officials say the plane had engine problems shortly after taking off from Lincoln Park Airport in Morris County. It was headed for Poughkeepsie.

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