Southwest Flight With Landing Gear Problems Arrives Safely At SJC

SAN JOSE (KCBS/KPIX 5) — A Southwest Airlines flight that had problems with its nose gear landed safely at Mineta San Jose International Airport on Wednesday afternoon, authorities said.

Fire crews were on standby after the crew of the Boeing 737 plane reported a blown tire on their front landing gear.

Fire crews were on standby after the crew of the Boeing 737 plane reported a blown tire on their front landing gear.

Flight 1030, which departed from Denver and was carrying 148 passengers, landed around 1:40 p.m. without incident and no injuries were reported.

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