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Old 11-10-2012, 7:12 PM
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Lightbulb DIA Crash Response, as paged

Wow no one else is listening?

Southwest airlines plane off the taxiway/runway initial reports of no injuries but setting up triage at Gate-47 and a huge response underway at the airport.

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I think it was SWA1905, OAK to DEN.
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I think it was SWA1905, OAK to DEN.
And believe DEN was reporting 1/4 mile vis in moderate snow at the time.

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7NEWS - Southwest Airlines jet slides off runway at DIA after landing - Local Story

http://kdvr.com/2012/11/10/plane-sli...axiway-at-dia/

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Here's the statement from DIA's media relations director Jenny Schiavone as of 6:45 p.m.:

Shortly after 5 PM on Saturday, November 10, 2012 Southwest Airlines flight #1905 reportedly slid off of a taxiway at Denver International Airport. No injuries have been reported at this point and passengers are being bussed to the concourse. Please contact the airline for details regarding the number of passengers and crew members involved in this incident, as well as for information on how passengers will be accommodated.

Denver International Airport operations have not been impacted by this incident.

We will provide another update as we receive more information. DIA is not providing interviews at this time.
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Since it seems like Denver no longer patches the DIA Fire channels to the main system anymore I can't get DIA from where I'm at.
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Since it seems like Denver no longer patches the DIA Fire channels to the main system anymore I can't get DIA from where I'm at.
Me too, I sure miss the DIA feeds which used to be available.

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Which taxiway?

Also I was out that way monitoring Ops 1 and they said they were suspending recovery operations until 6am.

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Type: Boeing 737-7H4 (WL)
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Not even NTSB worthy:

SWA jet that slid of taxiway will not be investigated by NTSB | 9news.com

Incident or slideoff is more accurate for a description; 'Crash' ?
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