By CBS 2 Chicago Staff

CHICAGO (CBS)– A plane slid of the runway at Chicago Executive Airport in Wheeling.

An airport spokesperson told CBS 2 that officials “are not sure why the aircraft, Falcon 900, landed long on runway 16,” but “does not believe snow was a factor.”

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Crews were shoveling snow in an attempt to create a path for the plane to get out. Photos from the airport’s Facebook page show heavy snow being cleared from the runway.

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No passengers were on board, only crew members, an airport spokesperson said.

The Federal Aviation Administration is investigating this incident.

This is a developing story.

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