ARAPAHOE COUNTY, Colo. - An investigation is underway after two planes collided midair over Colorado Wednesday near Cherry Creek State Park, but miraculously, producing no injuries. The Arapahoe County Sherriff’s Office said the incident happened near E. Bellevue Ave.
and S. Cherry Creek Dr.
around 10:25 a.m., according to FOX 31.Deputy John Bartmann told reporters at a news conference that one of the planes, a Metroliner jet, was able to land a Centennial Airport without any issues or injuries. The jet was a Swearingen Metroliner SA226TC cargo plane operated by Key Lime Air, according to the media outlet.The other plane, a single-engine Cirrus SR22, crashed landed into a field after deploying a parachute.
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