CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. -- A 14-passenger plane slid off the Chambersburg Airport runway on Sunday afternoon after its landing gear didn't lock into place.
No injuries or fires resulted, Franklin (Pa.) Fire Chief Mark Trace said.
"The damage to the plane (looked) minimal to me," Trace said.
The pilot was alone in the airplane when an electrical problem occurred, Trace said. The problem forced the pilot to land the plane manually, but the landing gear folded up as the plane went down the runway at about 3:30 p.m., he said.
"He basically landed on the belly of the plane," the fire chief said.
The Federal Aviation Administration will investigate, Trace said.
Pennsylvania State Police, West Shore EMS and the Franklin County Emergency Management Agency also responded, he said.