Plane with stuck landing gear arrives safely in San Antonio

SAN ANTONIO, Texas - A small plane dealing with landing gear issues has landed safely at San Antonio International Airport.

The Beechcraft Bonanza plane touched down in San Antonio just before 3 p.m. Wednesday. None of the four people on board appeared to be injured.

Airport spokeswoman Nora Castro said the plane was reported to have issues with its left landing gear. Emergency personnel were prepared to assist the plane once it landed.

The aircraft is registered, according to the plane's tail number, to Angel Brothers Enterprises in Baytown. The paving and utility contractor also has offices in New Braunfels.

It's unclear who the passengers were onboard, how they were connected to the business and what they were doing in San Antonio.

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