Pilot OK after emergency landing in Lake Orlando

Orlando Police are investigating a plane that made an emergency landing into a lake Sunday morning.
Police said around 10:31 a.m., Sunday, a pilot made a radio call for help as his plane went down into Lake Orlando.
The pilot, who was the only person on board, was able to get out without any injury.
The pilot told police he was heading back to the hanger when his plane lost power.  
Firefighters are working to contain a fuel spill in the lake and pull the plane out of the water.
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