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NYPD release dramatic images of 'crashed' Delta jet

The New York Police Department has released several images of the Delta passenger jet that skidded off the end of a snow-covered runway at New York's LaGuardia airport.

In the dramatic photographs, the nose of the stricken airliner can be seen poking over water beyond the airport boundary.

Credit: @NYPDSpecialops

The NYFD report that all passengers and crew have been evacuated, with only minor injuries.

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'All passengers and crew' evacuated from Delta plane

New York Fire Department officers gather at LaGuardia near the incident. Credit: RTV

All passengers and crew have reportedly been evacuated from a Delta passenger jet that skidded off the end of a snow-laden runway at New York's LaGuardia airport and hit a fence as it came into land.

It is widely thought that no-one was seriously hurt during incident as temperatures fell to around minus 3C (26F).

The airline Delta said:

Flight 1086 ATL-LGA (Atlanta to La Guardia) exited runway 13 this morning during landing. Customers have deplaned. Our priority is ensuring customers and crew are safe.

– Delta airlines statement

FA charge Cisse and Evans over 'spitting row'

Newcastle United striker Papiss Cisse and Manchester United defender Jonny Evans have both been charged by the Football Association after allegedly spitting at each other during a game.

Both players have until 6pm on Friday to respond to the charge.

Newcastle United's Papiss Demba Cisse with Manchester United's Jonny Evans. Credit: PA Wire


Passengers leave 'crashed' Delta passenger jet

ITV News has obtained video of passengers leaving the Delta jet that skidded off the runway at New York's LaGuardia airport during heavy snowfall.

In the clip, passengers can be seen exiting the aircraft as they are guided by aircrew and airport staff.

Earlier, the New York Fire Department said emergency services are still assessing people, but any injuries appear to be minor.

Video credit: _veeestchic_ via Instagram

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