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Cessna C140 veered off runway at Gifford Field Airport, FAA says

COLEBROOK, N.H. — A small plane veered off a runway at a Colebrook airport Thursday morning, according to the Federal Aviation Administration.

FAA officials said the plane, a Cessna C140, veered runway 22L after landing at Gifford Field Airport in Colebrook at 9:45 a.m.

After the plane went off the runway, it got stuck in snow, and flipped over as the pilot was attempting to get the plane out of the snow, officials said.

The FAA will investigate the incident.

Officials said all information about the incident is preliminary and subject to change.

Driver who struck 3 at Logan identified

via Driver who struck 3 at Logan identified.

Police investigate incident at Terminal C at Logan Airport

BOSTON — Three pedestrians were struck by a car and injured at Logan Airport just before 5 p.m.

The incident took place at Terminal C Wednesday, Massachusetts State Police said.  Several ambulances were called, but there was no immediate word on the severity of the injuries.

NewsCenter 5 and will have more details on this breaking story.

Flight departed Chicago after passenger removed

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BOSTON — An American Airlines flight from Los Angeles en route to Boston was forced to make an emergency landing in Chicago Wednesday night.

CNN reported that American Airlines Flight 202 landed at Chicago O’Hare International Airport around 8:30 p.m. after a medical emergency on board.

“The pilot declared a medical emergency to remove a passenger,” American Airlines spokesman Kent Powell told CNN. “The flight landed without incident. The passenger was removed and transported to an area hospital.”

The 757 was carrying 178 passengers and nine crew members.

Officials said after the passenger was removed from the plane, it departed Chicago and continued on to Boston.

Patricia Girardi found safe

NORTH KINGSTOWN, R.I. — Police were searching for a Rhode Island woman who was reported missing after she left Boston’s Logan International Airport.

Patricia Girardi, 46, of North Kingstown, left Logan at 12:30 p.m. Thursday. Police said she was driving a black 2010 Cadillac CTS with New York plate FAC-6796.

Police said a cellphone track placed on her phone placed her near Hartford, Conn.

Girardi was found Friday in Connecticut, in good health, police said.

Margaretta D’Arcy (left) at her Shannon Airport protest.

Jailed peace activist Margaretta D’Arcy has been remanded in custody at a court hearing in Co Clare this afternoon.

The 79-year-old was jailed last week for illegally accessing a runway at Shannon Airport during a protest against the US Military.

She appeared in Ennis District Court today over her refusal to sign a bond pledging to keep away from the Airport which led to the activation of her three-month suspended sentence.

Reporter Shona Murray says Ms D’Arcy asked the judge to throw the case out.

Ms Murray said: “She said that she would like the case to be thrown out, she said it would save an awful lot of time, he could just throw the case out.

“She also said that the country’s broke, the country couldn’t afford such a hearing.

“The judge said that in the circumstances that couldn’t be possible, and this is a preliminary matter, and he wasn’t in a position to throw the case out.”

Cause of incident under investigation

BEVERLY, Mass. — Crews at Beverly Municipal Airport are trying to figure out what left a small plane upside down on Wednesday.

The plane flipped just before noon in a grassy area at the airfield.

It was not immediately clear if there were any injuries.

The incident is under investigation.

No injuries on flight from NYC

BANGOR, Maine — Airport officials say a flight from New York City to Bangor slid off an icy taxiway in as it made its way to the terminal, but no passengers were injured.

Bangor International Airport says the nose wheel of the Delta flight from LaGuardia Airport went into the grass off the taxiway shortly before 1 p.m. Saturday.

The airport says the aircraft was returned to the taxiway and towed to the gate where passengers got off.

Airport Director Anthony Caruso says the plane skidded in the icy conditions experienced by much of the state through the day.

1 crew member being sought

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(CNN) —One person died and another was missing after a Navy helicopter carrying a crew of five made an emergency water landing off Virginia Beach during a routine training operation, the Navy said Wednesday.

The fatality appeared to have been among the four crew members of the MH-53E Sea Dragon who were rescued and taken to a hospital with unspecified injuries.

None of the crew have been identified.

The Navy said in a statement that the Coast Guard cutter Shearwater and two MH-60S helicopters were conducting a search-and-rescue effort near Fort Story for the missing person.

The air temperature was 28 degrees and the water temperature was 41 degrees, with 1- to 2-foot seas, said U.S. Coast Guard spokesman Nyx Cangemi.

The helicopter was assigned to Helicopter Mine Countermeasures Squadron Fourteen (HM-14), which is based at Naval Station Norfolk Chambers Field.

The MH-53E Sea Dragon carries no weapons. It has two pilots and a crew of one to six, depending on its mission, according to the Navy. There were 31 of the aircraft in operation, it said.

Courtesy of New York Police Department

A small plane landed on a Bronx expressway Saturday.

By NBC News staff

A small plane made an emergency landing on the busy Major Deegan Expressway in the Bronx Saturday afternoon, resulting in minor injuries to three people on board, the New York City Fire Department said.

Courtesy Daniel Miller via Twitter

A small plane made an emergency landing on an expressway in the Bronx, N.Y. Saturday.

Two men and one woman were the only passengers of the small aircraft and all were hurt when the plane landed near East 233rd Street shortly before 3:22 p.m. They were transported to St. Barnabas Hospital, which is about four miles from the scene, according to the FDNY.

The pilot made the surprise landing because someone on the small flight “experienced an onboard emergency,” said Nancy Silvestri, deputy press secretary of the New York City Office of Emergency Management.

The FDNY wrote in a tweet that the injuries were “non-life threatening” and no cars on the highway were affected.

Two of the injured refused treatment and all three were expected to be released Saturday, according to St. Barnabas Hospital.

The plane is registered to Michael Schwartz of South Salem, N.Y., and reported that the Danbury Municipal Airport confirmed that Schwartz was the pilot when it took off.

The trio departed from Danbury, Conn., for a “tour of the Statue of Liberty,” Silvestri said. They were on their way back to Connecticut before the emergency landing, she said.

The four-seat, one-engine 1966 Piper PA sustained minor damage, the Federal Aviation Administration reported to NBC New York. The plane is registered to an owner in South Salem, N.Y, according to aircraft registration records.

Kathleen Bergen, a spokeswoman for the FAA, said both the National Transportation Safety Board and the FAA are investigating the crash to determine the probable cause of the accident.


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