DURANT, OK -- Emergency crews in Bryan County prepared for the worst Friday morning, as they called all hands on deck to search for a missing plane.
But it turns out it was all a mix-up.
The FAA called Bryan County emergency services around 9:30 a.m. asking for help after they lost contact with a plane.
But that plane didn't actually exist.
A Cessna 152 student plane with U.S. Aviation out of North Texas Regional Airport left for a training mission Friday morning. But a paperwork error listed the wrong tail number in the flight plan.
The error caused the Fort Worth Traffic Control Center to issue an alert for a missing plane.
Officials cleared up the error and called off search crews just after 11 a.m.
But emergency crews spent almost two hours this morning scouring a 50 mile radius.
"And we were pretty much traveling all the roads to see if there were some sort of identification that a plane may have gone down in that area," said OHP Trooper B.J. Keeling.
The real plane landed safe and sound at the NTRA late Friday morning.