A search plane with five people on board has made an emergency landing, police said.
Jersey Police said they received a call from the Airport Fire Service and Coastguard, who reported issues with the Channel Island Air Search (CIAS) aircraft about 7.15pm.
All five people are uninjured and are with officers following the emergency landing in a field in St Mary, Jersey, police said.
The plane was one of several that were looking for two people in a dinghy reported missing off Jersey.
John Dowling, manager of The Priory Inn, said the five who were in the plane came into his pub with police after they had landed.
"No one was injured, everyone was all right and that's the main thing, isn't it?" he said.
"Of course they were shaken up.
"You would be too if you'd just crash landed a plane, wouldn't you?"