No injuries are reported after a private cargo plane ran off the runway at Colorado Springs Airport.
Assistant director of operations John McGinley says a wheel brake locked up and the plane rolled onto the grass. He says the aircraft is a Swearingen Metroliner, a 60-foot-long twin-engine aircraft.
It happened around 8:30 a.m. after the plane had already landed.
No one was hurt and the plane was not damaged.
There were no flight delays at the airport because of the incident.
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