No one was injured in the landing. Airport director Bob O'Brien says the nose gear on the plane wasn't fully extended.
Emergency crews were on standby in case anything went wrong. When it landed the nose rubbed against the ground, but otherwise the plane made a safe landing.
The incident is being reported to the FAA.
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