Small plane left runway at BWI, ended up in grass
A small plane went off a runway at Baltimore Washington International Airport and ended up in the grass, officials said.
At 6:34 p.m., a small general aviation aircraft, identified as a Gulfstream G150, left the runway and ended up in the grass, said BWI spokesman Jonathan Dean.
Two people were on board but there were no injuries.
The plane is registered to Chattem Inc, based out of Chattanooga, Tennessee. The aircraft was flying from Pocono Mountains Municipal Airport in Pennsylvania to BWI when the crash occurred.
No other information was immediately available.