March 3, 2015
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) - A spokeswoman for the Columbus airport says a passenger plane has overshot a runway but nobody was hurt and no other flights have been affected.
Angie Tabor, spokeswoman for Port Columbus International Airport, said the Delta flight from Los Angeles went off the end of a runway slightly after landing before dawn Friday.
She said the plane's nose gear was off the runway in the mud, but the other wheels were still on the tarmac.
Passengers were bused to the terminal. No other flights were delayed as a result.
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