Jennifer Lawrence’s plane forced to make an emergency landing in Buffalo

By Hanna Fillingham

Jennifer Lawrence is safe and sound after her private plane was forced to make an emergency landing. On Saturday, one of the plane’s engines failed mid-flight, which resulted in the pilots having to make an emergency stop in Buffalo, New York, where the second engine then failed. Despite the traumatic experience, Jennifer, who was flying back from visiting her family in Louisville, Kentucky, came away without any injuries. Her representative told E! News that she was fine.

Jennifer Lawrence Jennifer Lawrence's flight was forced to make an emergency landing over the weekend

Jennifer, who left her hometown at the age of 14 to pursue her acting career in New York, has previously opened up about her struggles in the early days of her career. Talking to The Telegraph, she said: "I put in my time; I lived in a rat-infested apartment when I was 14 and I was told 'No’ many times. I put my blood, sweat and tears into all of this. It’s easy to look from the outside and see my career grew very fast but there was a time before that career when I was working for it and I definitely wouldn’t have wanted that time to go on any longer."

Meanwhile, Jennifer was recently praised by fellow actress Brie Larson, who told Vanity Fair that she and Emma Stone did wonders to lift her spirits while she was feeling extremely isolated promoting the 2015 critically acclaimed film Room.

Emma and Jennifer helped lift Brie's spirits up by sending sweet messages to the Golden Globe winner. "Emma wrote this beautiful e-mail out of nowhere, and then one day Jen sent me a text message after she saw Room, and we started talking," Brie stated, adding that she talked to the Hollywood veterans "about everything that was going on in [her] life" in their group chats.

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