MADISON, Wis. (AP) - A Delta Air Lines flight carrying 60 passengers slid off a taxiway in the snow after arriving at Wisconsin's Dane County Regional Airport. No one was hurt.
Airport spokeswoman Kim Jones says Delta Flight 385 from Minneapolis landed at the airport in Madison at 4 p.m. Monday. It was taxiing when the Boeing 737-800 left the paved surface.
Passengers were taken off the plane and brought to the terminal.
Jones says the airport was closed for about an hour while a second runway was cleared for use. It has since reopened.
MADISON (WXOW) ---- No one is injured when a jetliner slides off the runway at the Dane County Regional Airport Monday afternoon.
Delta Airlines tells our sister station 27 News in Madison that Flight 385 from Minneapolis/St. Paul landed in Madison and while exiting the pavement they came in contact with snow adjacent to the runway during taxi.
They are reporting that no one is injured aboard the Boeing 737. The 60 people on the flight are in the process of leaving the jet and being loaded onto buses for transport to the terminal.
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