October 1, 2014
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) - A state-owned airplane carrying Indiana
Gov. Mitch Daniels has made an unscheduled landing in Ohio because
the aircraft's windshields cracked during the flight.
Daniels was flying to Washington on Sunday for the National
Governor's Association meeting when the pilot diverted the flight
to Ohio's Port Columbus International Airport.
Daniels joked about the incident on CBS' "Face the Nation"
during an appearance to discuss the money the states will get under
the federal stimulus package.
Daniels appeared on the show via satellite from a Columbus TV
studio. He later took a commercial flight to Washington.
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