BALTIMORE (WJZ) — A Baltimore Police foxtrot made a precautionary emergency landing at Patterson Park on Saturday evening after a warning light came on, according to police.

Police said the aircraft landed safely in Patterson Park and there were no injures reported.

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Mechanics were at the scene to assess the aircraft.

The foxtrot and responding officers eventually left the scene safely.

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Witnesses told WJZ Baltimore Police patrol vehicles drove into the park to set a perimeter for the foxtrot to safely land.

“They indicated where the chopper was so nobody could go near there,” a witness told WJZ.

On August 11, another Baltimore Police foxtrot was forced to make an emergency landing.

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There is no word yet on what caused the warning light to come on.