A small plane made a hard landing in an open field in Lone Tree the morning of Oct. 26. Neither of the two people on board or anyone on the ground were injured, according to South Metro Fire Rescue, which responded to the incident along with Lone Tree police.
The plane left Centennial Airport around 7:33 a.m. and shortly after, went down in a field south of Lincoln Avenue and east of Havana Street, according to City of Lone Tree officials.
According to a Centennial Airport spokesperson, the plane was a Piper PA-28, a single-engine propeller aircraft.
The National Transportation Safety Board was notified and has taken over the investigation, according to Lone Tree officials.