TAMPA, Fla. (970 WFLA) - A twin engine Cessna 320 made a hard landing with a partially retracted nose landing gear on a runway at Tampa International Airport, officials with Tampa Fire Rescue said.
It happened just after 6 p.m. Firefighters said the aircraft was being diverted from TampaExecutiveAirport due to the emergency landing.
Firefighters said the pilot and two passengers were able to get out with no injuries.
Air traffic at the airport was not affected, firefighters said.
TFR &TIA ARFF ff's are on scene of a plane crash. Cessna with 3 souls on board landed w/ collapsed front landing gear pic.twitter.com/swCyLMBwpz— Tampa Fire Rescue (@FireRescueTampa) March 25, 2014
Video below provided by Tampa Fire Rescue