A plane slid off a taxiway at Baltimore–Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport on Thursday morning and passengers were moved onto shuttle buses.
A Spirit Airlines Airbus 300 series plane arriving from Las Vegas slid off a taxiway at BWI at about 6:20 a.m., officials said. One-hundred-eleven people were on board and no one was hurt.
"As the aircraft taxied to the airport terminal, it slid off a taxiway into the grass," a statement said.
Passengers were taken off the plane and boarded onto shuttles to return to the terminal. Chopper4 footage shows emergency vehicles alongside the yellow plane.
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The D.C. and Baltimore areas were still coping with the effects of snow, rain and slush the previous day. The airport got 1.6 inches of snow as of 7 p.m. Wednesday, the National Weather Service reported. Crews at the airport were busy clearing snow and rain.
Stay with NBC Washington for more details on this developing story.