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The maintenance crew at a southside apartment complex are used to seeing planes fly overhead because a city airport is less than two miles away.

The planes never come close to the ground. Until Tuesday.

Josh Mosley was riding his golf cart on the grounds of Latitudes apartment complex, where he is a maintenance worker, when he looked into the sky and saw an airplane about 100 feet above ground. The apartment complex is located at the northeast corner of Combs and County Line roads.

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