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A Plane is Stuck in the Grass off the Runway in Houston

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A Delta Air Lines jet is stuck in the grass off the runway at Hobby Airport in Houston.

Darian Ward, the airport spokesman, said the plane somehow travled off the runway and got its front landing gear caught in the grass.

The plane, which was headed for Atlanta, had 70 passengers on board at the time of the accident, and they were evacuated by bus and returned to the terminal for rebooking.

No one was hurt and the plane’s flight number was not immediately available.

The incident did not affect other arriving or departing flights.

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