United Express plane missed runway entirely at Maine airport, report indicates

The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) says a United Express regional jet didn't slide off a runway in Maine — it missed the runway altogether.

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A preliminary report Thursday indicates the 50-seat Embraer 145 approached to the right of the runway on an aborted first landing attempt and then again when it touched down March 4 at Presque Isle International Airport.

The document indicates it landed between the runway and taxiway.

Photos suggest the jet plowed through the deep snow alongside the runway before coming to an abrupt stop. Some of the landing gear was ripped off and ended up stuck in an engine cowling.

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The NTSB report said one crew member and two passengers were hurt. The commuter flight from Newark, N.J., had 28 passengers and three crew members.