"There were no reported injuries".
A Southwest Airlines plane almost skidded off the taxiway Wednesday at Maryland's Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport. A passenger on the plane also claimed that the pilot attributed the incident to an "icy spot" on the taxiway, though she wasn't convinced that was accurate.
Charlie Simmons, a passenger who was on the flight with his wife, told the Baltimore Sun that the plane skidded on the taxiway while taking a turn before taking off, eventually coming to rest with its nose so far off, it was hanging over the grass. The plane was moved away from the taxiway at around 12:30 p.m., the spokesperson said.
Southwest Airlines flight 906, a Boeing 737 bound for Montego Bay, slid sideways while preparing for departure, the Federal Aviation Administration said in a statement.
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The representative said there wasn't any ice on the runway or the runway, and landing strip asphalt temperatures were above frigid at the season of the episode.
Officials from BWI said they're still unsure why the malfunction occurred as 75 flights managed to safely depart from the same runway before Southwest flight #906 attempted to do the same, WMAR-TV reported. "The pavement condition tested within FAA standards".
The plane remained on the taxiway as of noon. Passengers were evacuated and transported back to the terminal.
Freezing rain has settled over the Baltimore are, and drivers are seeing icy roads throughout the region.