WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Passengers on one Delta plane are awaiting a new flight after their plane got stuck in the mud at Washington's Reagan National Airport (DCA) on Monday evening.
The flight, 1736, was headed to Minneapolis when it got stuck in the mud on the runway.
Delta Airline released a statement, saying:
On taxi to a holding area prior to departure, the right side landing gear of Delta flight 1763 from Washington Reagan National Airport to Minneapolis/St. Paul exited the pavement and made contact with airfield turf. There were no injuries and passengers have been bused back to the terminal where they are being reaccommodated on another aircraft estimated to depart at 7 p.m. Eastern.
All passengers have deplaned and were taken back to the terminal. No injuries have been reported at this time.