This morning, Southwest Airlines flight skidded off a runway at MacArthur Airport on Long Island. According to WABC 7, "The Southwest Airlines 737 apparently made a wrong turn off the taxiway and ended up in the grassy area just before 7 a.m. It appears the plane took a misturn in the rain, left the taxiway and came to a stop in the mud. The plane appeared to be tilting to the side."

The plane, Flight 4695, was headed to Tampa. A spokeswoman for Southwest told Newsday that there were no injuries to the 129 passengers and five crew members. She did not give a reason for the incident; the FAA thinks the crew misjudged the turn.

The passengers disembarked the plane and were taken back to the airport.