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Planes slide off taxiway at Ford airport

January 29, 2015
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Gerald R. Ford Airport
Gerald R. Ford International Airport is served by five passenger airlines with 120 daily scheduled non-stop flights to and from 24 major market destinations. Courtesy Ford airport

Light freezing rain caused two planes to slide off the taxiway at Gerald R. Ford International Airport.

No injuries were reported.

An American Eagle flight carrying 23 passengers and three crew members from Chicago reportedly slid off the taxiway just after landing on Thursday morning at the airport.

Earlier Thursday, a FedEx plane went off the pavement and on to grass.

Other flights weren't affected.

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