A cargo plane crashed into a road in Italy after overshooting the runway at Bergamo’s Orio al Serio international airport early Friday.
The Boeing 737-400, belonging to courier firm DHL, landed at 4:07 a.m. local time after traveling from Paris Charles de Gaulle to Bergamo, northeast of Milan, according to the Guardian. Photos on social media show the jet resting across a two-lane road at the end of the runway.
Remarkably, no casualties were reported and the crew escaped unharmed.
Officials reopened the airport several hours after the incident, Reuters reports.
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