Presidential Chopper Makes Unplanned Landing in New Jersey

Marine Corps helicopter used in support of transporting Obama made an unplanned landing outside a school in southern N.J.

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    The helicopter that will serve as the Marine One lands at the South Lawn of the White House prior to a departure for President Barack Obama from the White House, May 28, 2013. President Obama was travelling to the Jersey Shore to view the rebuilding after it was hit by Hurricane Sandy last fall.

    A Marine Corps helicopter used in support of transporting President Barack Obama made an unplanned landing outside a school in southern New Jersey.

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    The helicopter had taken off from Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst, where Obama had landed on Tuesday before touring parts of the Jersey shore damaged by Superstorm Sandy.

    The tandem rotor chopper landed outside Chairville Elementary School in Medford, N.J., and a second helicopter flew in Marines to fix it.