A small aircraft made an emergency landing at the Prescott Airport Sunday afternoon. Fire officials say the pilot declared an emergency when an indicator light showed the landing gear wasn’t down. The plane circled to burn fuel and did a few passes so airport officials could make visual contact. The gear was down, but they didn’t know if it was locked. The plane came in and landed, but the nose gear collapsed. There were two people on board, including the pilot and both were able to walk away unhurt. There was no fire or a fuel leak. Parts of the airport were closed for most of the day until the aircraft could be moved and an inspection was made of the runway.