An aeroplane working at the Olympics has landed without its wheels at Cambridge Airport.
The plane, described as a twin engined turboprop aeroplane, had been working as an Olympic television relay aircraft when it suffered electrical problems.
A spokesman for Cambridge Airport said it had been a standard landing until the wheels folded up as it approached the runway.
The plane was not badly damaged and no one was injured.
It's hoped the plane will be moved within three hours so the airport can resume normal operations.