A small airplane crashed at Tucson International Airport on Monday morning. The three people on board were not hurt, according to a spokeswoman at the airport.
TIA spokeswoman Vicky Mathews said the incident happened during a takeoff attempt.
The pilot and two passengers were all walking around and were escorted to the fire station. No other details of their condition was available.
A tweet from the airport's Twitter account said the incident happened at 11:30 a.m.
Mathews said the aircraft was a Bonanza not based in Tucson.