Wind Causes Plane to Overturn Off New Jersey Runway

No injuries were reported

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    The plane is not pictured above.

    A strong wind caused a plane to veer off the side of a runway and then overturn after it touched down at a New Jersey airport Saturday morning, officials said.

    The Cessna C185, with a pilot and passenger in it, was overturned at Somerset Airport after landing, police said. The pilot and passenger were not injured, according to officials.

    The Cessna C185 is a single-engine plane that holds six.

    The FAA said in a statement that it is investigating and that the extent of damage to the plane is still unknown.

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