FRANTOWN, Colo. (CBS4) – A pilot walked away from a small plane crash in Franktown Sunday morning.

YouReporter Phil Curry sent CBS4 the pictures of the wreck. It happened around 9:30 a.m. in the Bannock Burn neighborhood.

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(credit: Phil Curry)

                                                (credit: Phil Curry)

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Curry told CBS4 there were strong winds when the pilot tried to land on a grass airstrip. The nose of the Cessna 140 hit the ground and flipped over.

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The Douglas County Sheriff’s Office said the pilot wasn’t hurt. The plane suffered minor damage.