A twin engine airplane made an emergency landing on Interstate 75 Sunday afternoon in Northwest Georgia.
The Cessna 337 plane had some type of fuel-related issue and made an emergency landing on I-75 northbound at Exit 310 near Calhoun, according to the Georgia Department of Public Safety.
The pilot steered onto the exit ramp shortly after 12 p.m. The pilot and a passenger were on board but uninjured.
The plane was moved two miles to Tom B. David Airport in Calhoun under the direction of state troopers and Gordon County deputies.