BROOMFIELD, Colo. (AP) — Two people were killed in a small plane crash in a neighborhood north of Denver. KMGH-TV reports the single-engine Piper PA32 went down in the Anthem Ranch neighborhood in Broomfield just before noon Sunday. No one on the ground was injured, and no homes were damaged. A spokeswoman for the North Metro Fire Rescue District says it’s “pretty miraculous” the aircraft didn’t hit any homes. The neighborhood about 20 miles north of Denver features dense subdivisions surrounded by large swaths of open space. The plane took off from Erie Municipal Airport just north of where it crashed. It’s unclear where it was headed.