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American Airlines plane slides off taxiway at New York airport

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An American Airlines plane slid off the taxiway at New York’s Frederick Douglass Greater Rochester International Airport, but no one was hurt.

The Embraer E145, operated by Piedmont Airlines, a subsidiary of American, exited the taxiway due to snowy conditions.

American Airlines wrote in a statement, that while the airplane was being operated by a subsidiary of American Airlines, called Piedmont Airlines, it “exited the taxiway while in transit to the terminal due to snowy airfield conditions.”

“Safety is our top priority, and we apologize to our customers for their experience,” continued the statement.

All 50 passengers and three crew members were unharmed.

“Everyone on board deplaned safely and is being transported to the terminal by bus,” wrote the airlne.

The aircraft will undergo a full inspection, and the FAA is investigating the incident.

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