Plane Slides Off Runway After NJ Airport Landing, No Injuries Reported: FAA

No injuries were reported

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A mid-sized business jet slid off the runway after landing at New Jersey's Morristown Airport Saturday, but no injuries were reported, the FAA said.

The Learjet 45 with four people aboard "rolled" off the runway after landing in Hanover around 11:30 a.m., the agency said. The plane had departed from Fulton County Airport in Atlanta, Georgia.

No injuries were reported and there was no crash, officials said.

Investigators are expected to release additional information once they verify the aircraft registration number at the scene, but officials said they do not identify people involved in aircraft incidents or accidents.

City fire and police bureaus were called to the scene. The Morristown department of public safety posted a notice saying “We can confirm there are no injuries to any persons.

The investigation is ongoing.

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