UPDATE: No injuries in nose landing gear collapse of Air Labrador plane

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An Air Labrador flight from Blanc Sablon, Quebec, to St. Anthony, went off the runway when the nose landing gear collapsed. —Photo by Adam Randell/TC Media

An Air Labrador flight from Blanc Sablon, Quebec, to St. Anthony made for a few tense moments for passengers, earlier today, after an incident with collapse nose landing gear of a Twin Otter A/C  caused it to veer  off the runway.

Passenger Grafton Curl, originally from St. Lewis, called it a typical flight until the landing.

“We touched down on the runway, she made a few bumps, the front wheel come over and we ended up with the nose in the snow bank,” he said. “It happened so quickly.”

Air Labrador will be issuing a statement later today, but according to its twitter account, there were no injuries and damage was minor.


(Earlier story)

Air Labrador has tweeted confirming an incident with the collapse of nose landing gear on a Twin Otter aircraft while landing at St. Anthony airport today.

There were no injuries in the incident and minor damage to the aircraft.

Geographic location: St. Anthony

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