A plane slid off the runway and more than 800 flights were canceled as winter weather hit the Midwest

Business Insider | 1/17/2020 | Ellen Cranley
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Winter storms wreaked havoc on airports and roads throughout the Midwest into the weekend.

Chicago's O'Hare International Airport saw nearly 700 canceled arriving and departing flights Friday night before around 200 flights were canceled Saturday morning.

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Authorities issued alerts for areas across the Northeast as blizzard conditions were forecasted to move across the Great Lakes to New York and New England over the weekend.

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A plane slid off the runway at Kansas City International Airport on Saturday as dicey conditions struck airports and roads across the Midwest.

A Delta Airlines A319 slid off the runway while preparing to take off, but none of its 123 passengers were hurt, Kansas City's KMBC reported, in one of the most dramatic incidents to come out of the weekend's winter weather.

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The conditions at the airport came after storms interrupted flights at airports in Chicago and Kansas City before blizzard conditions were forecasted to move through the Midwest to dump up to a foot of snow in patches across the Northeast through the...
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