One injured after single-engine aircraft goes off Centennial Airport runway

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ENGLEWOOD, Colo. — One person was injured after a plane went off a runway as it was leaving Centennial Airport on Thursday.

Two people were on board the single-engine light sport aircraft when it went off runway 10/28 about 2:30 p.m.

South Metro Fire Rescue responded and rendered aid to one of the people on board.

It was the third plane in two days to experience problems at Centennial Airport.

On Wednesday, a Cessna 320’s nose gear collapsed while landing. The plane did not catch on fire and the two people aboard were not injured.

About an hour later, a single-engine Piper Comanche went off the runway and stopped in the grass. Two people aboard were not injured.

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