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Air Canada plane leaves runway upon landing at Halifax airport; no information on any injuries

  • Fire trucks and an airport shuttle are on the scene at the Halifax International Airport early Sunday March 29, 2015 after an Air Canada flight from Toronto made an abrupt landing and left the runway in bad weather. The airline said early Sunday that 22 people were taken to a hospital for observation and treatment of minor injuries.  (AP Photo/Mike Magnus)

    Fire trucks and an airport shuttle are on the scene at the Halifax International Airport early Sunday March 29, 2015 after an Air Canada flight from Toronto made an abrupt landing and left the runway in bad weather. The airline said early Sunday that 22 people were taken to a hospital for observation and treatment of minor injuries. (AP Photo/Mike Magnus)  (The Associated Press)

  • Fire trucks and an airport shuttle are on the scene at the Halifax International Airport early Sunday March 29, 2015 after an Air Canada flight from Toronto made an abrupt landing and left the runway in bad weather. The airline said early Sunday that at least 22 people were taken to a hospital for observation and treatment of minor injuries.  (AP Photo/Mike Magnus)

    Fire trucks and an airport shuttle are on the scene at the Halifax International Airport early Sunday March 29, 2015 after an Air Canada flight from Toronto made an abrupt landing and left the runway in bad weather. The airline said early Sunday that at least 22 people were taken to a hospital for observation and treatment of minor injuries. (AP Photo/Mike Magnus)  (The Associated Press)

  • Passengers Randy Hall, left, and Lianne Clark, from Mount Uniacke, Canada stand waiting at an airport hotel after Air Canada flight 624 left the runway on landing at Stanfield International Airport in Halifax on Sunday, March. 29, 2015. Air Canada says at least 22 people were taken to hospital. The flight had 132 passengers and five crew members.  (AP Photo/The Canadian Press, Andrew Vaughan)

    Passengers Randy Hall, left, and Lianne Clark, from Mount Uniacke, Canada stand waiting at an airport hotel after Air Canada flight 624 left the runway on landing at Stanfield International Airport in Halifax on Sunday, March. 29, 2015. Air Canada says at least 22 people were taken to hospital. The flight had 132 passengers and five crew members. (AP Photo/The Canadian Press, Andrew Vaughan)  (The Associated Press)

Air Canada says a flight from Toronto to Halifax "exited" the runway at Halifax's airport upon landing.

Air Canada said early Sunday all passengers on Flight AC624 have left the plane and are going to the terminal.

It is not immediately clear if there are any injuries.

There are reports that power in the area has been knocked out.