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Airport Reopens After Crashed Plane Moved
Flights from Doncaster Sheffield Airport have resumed after a plane which crash landed was cleared away from the scene.
South Yorkshire Police told Sky News they believed the wheels of the aircraft did not come down properly as it made its approach.
Pictures showed the small plane tilted to one side with its wing tip in the air and a fire engine on the scene.
Yorkshire Ambulance Service said it took one person to hospital with minor injuries.
Investigators arrived at the airport on Saturday morning to inspect the aircraft, which came to a halt adjacent to the runway.
A statement from the airport said: "We are pleased to confirm that the runway at Robin Hood Airport Doncaster Sheffield reopened at 14.45pm this afternoon.
"The UK Air Accident Investigation Branch (AAIB) have visited the airport and the LinksAir flight, LNQ207, which experienced problems with its undercarriage on landing, has now been moved from the runway area.
"The first departure from Doncaster Sheffield Airport will be the Wizzair flight to Bucharest at 15:30pm.
"We apologise for the inconvenience caused to passengers affected by the incident which occurred last night."
LinksAir is a small UK airline operating British Aerospace Jetstream aircraft, and runs scheduled flights from Doncaster Sheffield, Belfast City and The Isle of Man.
Other operators using the South Yorkshire airport include First Choice, Thomas Cook, Flybe and Thomson.