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Flights resume at Newark after United plane skids off runway, no injuries

Reuters Saturday, 15 June 2019
Flights were briefly halted at New Jersey's Newark airport on Saturday after a plane skidded off a runway while landing, but no one was hurt, federal officials said.
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Flights were halted at New Jersey's Newark airport on Saturday after a plane skidded off a runway while landing, but no one was hurt, federal officials said. Rough cut. No reporter narration.

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