Plane experiences engine trouble and drops debris over Colorado, lands safely

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A plane flying over northern Colorado dropped debris in Broomfield after experiencing engine trouble but landed safely at Denver International Airport Saturday, officials said. 

Much of the debris landed in Commons Park and in the Northmoor and Red Leaf neighborhoods of Broomfield, which is about 20 miles north of downtown Denver. 

A large circular piece of the plane fell next to a house in Broomfield, Colorad. 

A large circular piece of the plane fell next to a house in Broomfield, Colorad. 
(Broomfield Police Department)

(Broomfield Police Department)

The National Transportation Safety Board is investigating the incident and has asked Coloradans not to touch debris if they find them. 

The plane landed safely at Denver International Airport and it is currently unclear what caused the engine trouble. 

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