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DENVER —  United Airlines flight 2429 made a rough landing at Denver International Airport just after 7 p.m. Sunday. The flight was a scheduled flight from Newark. No injuries were reported. According to a passenger on the plane, Scott Lowe, once the plane touched down, the passengers on the left side, where he was seated, heard a loud clunk, and a massive cloud of sparks started coming up on left side of plane.
Lowe also said that the captain went on the PA and said that he believed one of the landing gears collapsed. Rick Wood, another passenger on the flight, mentioned that he had served in the United States Army for 25 years, and said that this was the most terrifying thing he has ever experienced.
Rachel Rivas, a spokesperson from United Airlines, sent the following statement to FOX31 and Channel 2 Sunday evening: “United flight 2429 from Newark, New Jersey to Denver experienced a mechanical issue upon landing. All customers have been bussed to the terminal where our customer service teams are currently assisting them.  The aircraft has been taken out of service and is being inspected by our maintenance teams.”