AURORA, Co. / CNN — One of two planes that crashed in the air near Denver deployed a parachute and slowly drifted to the ground, where two people walked away from the aircraft, officials said.
The other plane, a small cargo turboprop, landed at a nearby airport, Arapahoe County Sheriff’s Office spokesperson Deputy John Bartmann said. Only the pilot was on board and they weren’t injured.
The planes collided over Cherry Creek State Park around 10:25 a.m., the spokesperson said. He said it was not yet known which aircraft was responsible for the crash.
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