A plane was forced to make an emergency landing in Baldwin County Wednesday afternoon after experiencing engine failure.
A Baldwin sheriff's official said no one was injured after the plane landed south of the 441 bypass near HB and Sons.
Jim Burke from Gwinnett County was flying home from Orlando, according to Michael Screws with the Georgia State Patrol.
Screws says Burke hit a speed limit sign hanging from a wire and clipped a mailbox. The plane landed with its nose in a ditch in front of HB and Sons.
He says the FAA will be at the scene Thursday to investigate.