This photo (taken about 11 a.m. Tuesday) show crews working to de-ice a plane at KCI.
KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) -
A Southwest Airlines plane has skidded off the road into a snowbank at Kansas City International Airport.
Flight #305 had taken off from Denver and landed at KCI on Tuesday evening. As it was traveling to Terminal B, the plane wound up in a snowbank near the now-closed Terminal A. Airport officials didn't know what led to the plane veering off course.
Stairs were brought in to off-load passengers and crew on to buses. They were taken to Terminal B. Airport crews are working to free the plane.
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