A Wenatchee-area pilot was unhurt when his plane's brakes reportedly failed Wednesday morning while landing at Kennewick's Vista Field Airport.
Lewis Miller's plane skidded into the dirt median between the runways about11 a.m., said Port of Kennewick officials.
The experimental Long-EZ single-engine plane, known as a pusher, received minimal damage, said Tana Bader Inglima, the port's director of marketing and governmental relations.
No nearby homes, businesses or neighborhoods were in danger, and no fuel spilled, she said.
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The port, which owns the airport, reported the incident to the Federal Aviation Administration.