Airplane reporting nose gear problem lands safely at DIA

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A safe landing Wednesday evening for an airplane that reported problems with its nose gear before it got to Denver International Airport.
Delta Air Lines spokeswoman Gina Laughlin says 146 passengers and five crew members were on board, and no injuries were reported.
Laughlin says Flight 1636 was heading from Salt Lake City to Denver when the nose gear would not come down. The plane was able to stop on the runway with its nose gear up, and passengers were bused to the terminal.
She says a maintenance team in Denver will look at the plane.