Landing Gear Collapses On Plane From Pueblo To DIA

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It was a scary landing for passengers on a flight landing in Denver from Pueblo Tuesday morning as the landing gear collapsed after landing.

Great Lakes Airlines Flight 150 landed at Denver International Airport runway 35 around 7 a.m. The left main landing gear collapsed as it was finishing its roll-out while taxiing, causing the plane to come to rest on its left wing. The plane was not going fast because it was turning towards the gate.

There were two crew members and nine passengers on board. No one was hurt.

All of the passengers on board were bussed to the terminal.

A crane is removing the plane. The runway remains closed.

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