ARAPAHOE COUNTY, Colo. — A plane’s nose gear collapsed while landing at Centennial Airport Wednesday afternoon.
According to the airport, the plane involved in the incident is a Cessna 320, which is a small twin-engine aircraft.
The plane was landing on Runway 17L shortly after 2:45 p.m. when the nose gear collapsed.
There are two people on board. The plane did not catch on fire and no one was injured.
UPDATE: Twin-engine aircraft nose-gear collapse, RWY17L. Two persons on board. No fire. No injuries. @SouthMetroPIO assets on scene. Runway remains closed until aircraft can be removed. pic.twitter.com/5yHYnDWEHa
— Centennial Airport (@FlyCentennial) February 20, 2019
Crews with South Metro Fire Rescue responded to the scene.
The airport closed the runway for the plane to be removed.