No One Hurt in Airport Runway Mishap

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(Courtesy: MGN Online)

CLEVELAND — An incoming plane slipped off the runway at Cleveland Hopkins International Airport on Friday night after it landed safely.

Todd Payne, an airport spokesperson, confirmed to Fox 8 News that Delta flight 3899 from JFK landed around 9:47 p.m.

As the plane turned on the taxiway, the nose gear went off the runway about two feet and landed in the snow.

No one was hurt. 

All passengers deplaned and were taken by bus to the airport while workers towed the plane.

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