Plane goes off runway at Conroe-North Houston Regional Airport

CONROE, Texas – A plane went off the runway Tuesday at the Conroe-North Houston Regional Airport, officials said.

The incident was reported around 8:45 a.m. at the airport in the 10200 block of Carl Pickering Memorial Drive.

No one was injured, officials said.

It was not immediately known why the aircraft went off the runway.

The Conroe-North Houston Regional Airport, formerly known as the Lone Star Executive Airport, holds more than 300 aircraft and has 240 hangars, its website says. The airport caters to corporate and business travelers coming into the area from outside the United States.

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