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Plane's Landing Gear Collapses At Oakland Airport; No One Hurt

OAKLAND (CBS SF) -- No one was hurt when the nose gear of a plane collapsed at the Oakland Airport Sunday, airport officials confirmed.

The plane carrying two people made a normal approach, and the landing gear collapsed sometime after the plane landed safely, Airport Spokesperson Keonnis Taylor said.

The Oakland Fire Department responded to the scene, but no one was injured.

The Citation 750 plane is owned by XOJET Inc, which is based in Brisbane.


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