LAFAYETTE, Colo. — Two people were able to walk away from a small airplane after it went down north of Lafayette Thursday evening.
According to Mountain View Fire Rescue, a report of a plane crash in a field west of Highway 287 and south of Isabelle Road came in around 7:10 p.m.
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It's not clear whether the plane actually crashed or made a hard landing, Mountain View said. Neither person on board was injured. BCSO said the people on board were an instructor and a student.
It sustained some damage and there was a small fuel leak, according to Mountain View.
Highway 287 was closed to allow emergency equipment to get into the area.
The National Transportation Safety Board and the Federal Aviation Administration have been requested to investigate.
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