A cargo plane overshot the runway at Bergamo’s Orio al Serio international airport and crashed into a road, reports the Guardian.
The airport in Italy’s Lombardy region was temporarily closed after the incident which happened at 4am Friday morning.
Dramatic pictures showed a 737-400 aircraft belonging to courier firm DHL wedged onto a road at the end of the runway.
The plane had landed at 4.07am after a flight from Paris Charles De Gaulle.
No one was reported to have been hurt in the crash with the crew escaping unharmed.
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