An Air Labrador Twin Otter made a hard landing at the St. Anthony Airport just after noon on Wednesday.

The plane's nose gear collapsed, and the front of the aircraft came in contact with the runway. Officials said the plane then veered to the side and came to a stop on the sand, on the side of the runway.

There were no injuries to the eight passengers and two crew who were on board.

The flight is known as a Skedevac, ferrying passengers around coastal Labrador and St. Anthony for Labrador Grenfell Health.

Air Labrador is sending a team to St. Anthony to investigate.