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Southwest jet gets stuck in snow at KCI

(KANSAS CITY, Mo., AP) — A Southwest Airlines jet arriving from Denver got stuck in a snow bank at Kansas City International Airport.

Airline officials say the Boeing 737, with 55 passengers aboard, hit the snow bank Tuesday evening as it was taxiing to Terminal B.

A Southwest spokesman said all the passengers on Flight 305 were placed on buses and taken to the terminal.

No injuries were reported.

Most flights at KCI were canceled after noon on Tuesday as up to 10 inches of snow fell in the region.

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