PARKER, Colo. - A small, twin-engine plane belly-landed in a snowy field northeast of Parker on Tuesday afternoon.
The two people onboard escaped unharmed, according to the responding agencies -- South Metro Fire Rescue and the Aurora Fire Department.
The white plane came down after 3 p.m. without its landing gear down in the hilly field near Inspiration Drive and East Rockinghorse Parkway.
Airtracker7's camera showed the plane skidded down a gently sloping hill and came to rest on the snow-covered field. Both of the plane's propellers were bent by the hard landing.