KCNC -- Broomfield police responded to the area near 136th Avenue and Sheridan Boulevard on Saturday for reports of pieces from an aircraft falling from the sky. First responders say they aren’t aware of injuries.
Police say debris fell in several neighborhoods at around 1 p.m. They add the plane had engine trouble, but did not land in Broomfield.
Debris has been found at Commons Park and the Northmoor and Red Leaf neighborhoods. One picture shows a large, circular piece of metal resting right in front of a home.
Police say the plane landed safely at Denver International Airport.
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