LaGuardia closed? Airplane ‘skidded down the runway on its nose.’

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Dallas -based Southwest said there were 150 people on Flight 345 coming from Nashville , Tennessee, while the Port Authority said the total was 149. Bosco said the nose gear of theplanecollapsed when it landed at 5:40 p.m., and “the aircraft skidded down the runway on its nose and then veered off and came to rest in the grass area.” Bosco said there was no advance warning of any possible problem before the landing. Emergency crews were seen spraying foam toward the front end of theplaneon the tarmac. The Port Authority said the passengers exited theplaneby using emergency chutes.
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