HOUSTON, Texas (KTRK) -- A ground stop has been lifted at William P. Hobby Airport after a small jet went off the runway on Friday, officials said.
The airport tweeted the incident happened at about 12:10 p.m., and by 2:35 p.m. the aircraft had been moved back onto the runway with the help of a crane.
The airport announced in a tweet that the jet was removed from the runaway and normal operations have resumed.
SkyEye captured video showing skid marks left by the jet on the runway before coming to a full stop in a grassy area.
The jet appeared to have some damage to its wing.
Everyone abroad the aircraft were said to be deplaned and are safe.
Although the operations are normal, the airport is advising travelers to stay in touch with their airline as delays are still possible.