A passenger plane has landed in Myanmar, also known as Burma, without its front wheels.
The Myanmar National Airline (MNA) plane was landing at Mandalay International Airport on Sunday when its landing gear failed to deploy.
All 82 passengers and seven crew are reported to be safe and uninjured after the incident.
The domestic flight made a scheduled but emergency landing on its rear landing wheels only.
The deputy director-general of the country's Department of Civil Aviation is U Ye Htut Aung.
He told the Myanmar Times: "The plane has landed in the middle of the runway Mandalay Airport.
"The runway is 14,000ft and the plane landed at 5000ft".
Investigation teams and officials have been sent to the landing site.