A Southwest Airlines plane that had just landed in Denver slid off the taxiway while heading to the terminal, the airline said Saturday.
CNN affiliates KMGH and KUSA said the incident occurred at 5 p.m. during a light snowfall and freezing temperatures.
The nose wheel of Flight 1905 from Oakland, California, went off the taxiway, said Southwest spokeswoman Katie McDonald.
The 125 passengers and five crew members were not injured. The airline was working to accommodate the passengers on other flights.
Passenger Brad Harris told KMGH Â the jet hit a patch of ice.
Passengers were taken on buses to the terminal at Denver International Airport.
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PGA Tour rookie Charlie Beljan was hospitalized Friday after shooting a 64 to take a three-shot lead in a PGA tournament in Lake Buena Vista, Fla., according to pgatour.com, the tourâ€™s web site.
Beljan was rushed to a hospital immediately after the round, complaining of breathing trouble, an increased heart rate and numbness in his arms, the tour said.
Beljan, 28, told the PGA Tour he expects to play in Saturdayâ€™s round at the Childrenâ€™s Miracle Network Hospitals Classic.
The golfer, who had his first child this fall, told his caddie, Rick Adcox, that he thought he was going to die during the round, according to the tour.
Beljan called for paramedics while warming up on the driving range before the round, then again after the ninth hole.
After signing his scorecard, he was taken on a stretcher and transported to Celebration Hospital near Orlando, the tour said. The hospital did not release his condition early Saturday.
Beljanâ€™s best finish on the PGA Tour was tied for third at the Greenbrier Classic in July.Â He has made $527,528 this year playing in 21 tournaments.