LAFAYETTE (CBS SF) — The pilot of a small two-seater aircraft made a successful emergency landing Friday afternoon in the East Bay hills near the Lafayette Reservoir after his plane ran out of fuel.

The pilot landed on hilly property owned by the East Bay Municipal Utility District. just before 3 p.m.

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EBMUD spokesperson Andrea Pook said the pilot was uninjured after landing his plane. She added that the emergency landing resulted in no impacts to utility district watershed lands nor the Lafayette Reservoir.

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The aircraft was not damaged.

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