Small plane makes emergency landing at Broomfield golf course

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A small plane made an emergency landing in a Broomfield golf course June 18, 2014. (Photo: North Metro Fire Rescue District)

A small plane made an emergency landing in a Broomfield golf course June 18, 2014. (Photo: North Metro Fire Rescue District)

BROOMFIELD, Colo. — A small plane made an emergency landing at a Broomfield golf course early Wednesday afternoon.

According to North Metro Fire Rescue District, the pilot of a small plane made an emergency landing on the Omni Interlocken golf course. The plane went off a fairway and landed safely.

North Metro Fire said there was a pilot and passenger on board the aircraft.

A witness called in shortly before noon to report the incident.

No fires or injuries were reported — the two occupants were able to walk around and seemed fine, fire officials said.

Crews said there appeared to be minimal damage as a result of the incident.

Officers from the Broomfield Police Department arrived on scene to investigate.