Strong winds force aircraft off runway at North Bend Airport, cancels flights

An aircraft was blown off the runway at the North Bend Airport, canceling flights, November 13, 2017. (SBG)

NORTH BEND, Ore. -- Strong winds in North Bend caused an aircraft to go off the runway Monday morning.

North Bend Airport officials say the Gulfstream 450 was landing when the sudden storm surge occurred.

There were eight passengers and three crew members on board. No one was injured.

The plane was stuck in mud at the end of the runway for several hours after the incident.

As a result, flights to and from San Francisco Monday were canceled.

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