MCKINNEY, Texas (CBSDFW.COM) – A small plane made an emergency landing just north of McKinney National Airport Saturday afternoon, and two people who were inside are okay, officials said.

Officials said the plane was carrying two people when it made the landing in a field north of Highway 380 between Airport Road and New Hope Road, which is about a mile north of the airport.

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The FAA said the pilot reported having engine failure before the landing.

According to the McKinney Fire Department, the plane had the words “Air Ambulance” on the side, and that the pilot said he is a doctor.

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On Thursday, a Piper PA 28 plane crashed into a home in a McKinney neighborhood, which caused two passengers to be sent to the hospital. Their conditions or identities have not been released. There were no major injuries to residents in this crash.