Airplane parts rain down on Denver suburb: report

An airplane reportedly suffered engine problems after taking off from the Denver airport, with metal debris raining down on a residential neighborhood.

"People in the northwest Denver metro area reported large chunks of metal falling from the sky Saturday afternoon. The Broomfield Police Department says it received reports of a plane with "engine trouble" around 1:08 p.m," Fox 31 Denver reports. "Debris landed in several neighborhoods, including near Sheridan Boulevard and West 136th Avenue, according to North Metro Fire Rescue."

Photos of debris were posted to social media: