Small plane lands with gear up at Centennial Airport

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CENTENNIAL, Colo. -- A small plane landed on its belly at Centennial Airport on Sunday morning after the landing gear didn't come down.

There was one person on board the single-engine Cessna Cardinal, airport officials said on Twitter.

No one was hurt in the "gear-up landing," officials said. There was no word on why the landing gear didn't come down.

South Metro Fire Rescue responded to the airport.

Runway 10/28 was closed while crews worked to remove the aircraft, officials said.