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NEW YORK — A military fighter aircraft intercepted a single-engine plane flying in temporarily restricted airspace in New York City Tuesday afternoon, according to officials.

FAA officials said the Cessna 182 entered restricted airspace — part of a Temporary Flight Restriction (TFR) — over New York City at around 2 p.m. Tuesday.

A spokesperson for the North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD) said one if its F-16 fighter jets intercepted the plane and escorted it out of the area “without incident” and that the plane landed safely at 2:30 p.m.

Video posted to social media highlighted the loud noise the intercept created in New York City, with car alarms heard blaring after the jet and Cessna were no longer heard.

The FAA said it will investigate the situation further.

NORAD is a binational command focused on the defense of the U.S and Canada, and said this type of identification and monitoring of airspace shows “how NORAD executes its aerospace warning and aerospace control missions for the United States and Canada,” according to its spokesperson.

NORAD said violations in TFR areas like the one that occurred with the Cessna Tuesday are normal and occur from time to time, and the response is a normal part of NORAD operations.

Missions like this one, a part of NORAD’s Operation Noble Eagle, were initiated following the Sept. 11, 2001 terror attacks, the group said.

NORAD officials said the TFR was set up relative to travel by President Joe Biden; Biden traveled to New York Tuesday to speak at the United Nations before returning to Washington.