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.
UPDATE: Single-engine light sport aircraft off edge of RWY 10/28. Two persons on board. One injured, being treated by @SouthMetroPIO medics. Aircraft was departing the airport. pic.twitter.com/dRT8rXHuUm
— Centennial Airport (@FlyCentennial) February 21, 2019
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.