MESA - A small plane with four people aboard had to make a rough landing at Mesa-Gateway Airport Saturday night.
According to officials, the plane landed with the nose gear down, but it collapsed after the plane landed.
No injuries were reported as of Saturday night.
The aircraft, a Beechcraft Super King Air 200, departed from Telluride Regional Airport.
The plane was scheduled to land at Scottsdale Municipal Airport, but diverted to Mesa-Gateway when the pilot knew they were having landing issues.
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