A small plane made an emergency landing Sunday afternoon on Kyle Canyon Road, according to Las Vegas police.
The Metropolitan Police Department and Nevada Highway Patrol were called about 12:30 p.m. Sunday to Kyle Canyon Road, between mile markers 18 and 19, just west of U.S. Highway 95, according to Metropolitan Police Department Lt. Chris Holmes.
An instructor pilot and a student were flying a single-engine plane near Mount Charleston when the engine stalled, the Nevada Highway Patrol said in a release Sunday evening. Attempts to restart the engine failed, and the instructor landed the craft safely on the road. No one was injured, the release said.
Kyle Canyon Road was closed in both directions for about two hours Sunday, according to police. Roads reopened just after 2:30 p.m.
The plane was moved to the side of the road and would be disassembled and moved back to North Las Vegas Airport, the release said. The cause of the engine failure was unknown Sunday evening.