Small plane goes off tarmac in aborted takeoff in Regina

Two crew members aboard a small passenger plane are uninjured after the plane's takeoff was aborted and it ran off the tarmac in Regina.

No one injured aboard Carson Air cargo plane carrying two passengers

Emergency crews tend to a small Carson Air cargo plane that left the runway after an aborted takeoff on Jan. 4, 2016. (Glenn Reid/CBC)

Crews are tending to a small cargo plane that went off the runway at the Regina airport Monday evening.

The Carson Air plane had two crew members on board during an attempted take off around 5:30 p.m. However, the pilot aborted the takeoff and veered onto the grass.

No one was injured, but crews had to help move the plane back onto the tarmac.

An investigation is expected to determine the cause and damages. 


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