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A plane makes an emergency landing on a New Mexico highway. (Credit: Chaves County Sheriff's Office) CHAVES COUNTY, N.M. - Authorities in Chaves County, New Mexico, said a pilot made an emergency landing on a highway Sunday morning.

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