BREAKING: American Airlines Regional Jet Veers Off The Runway In The Bahamas

American Airlines flight AA4194, an Eagle flight operated by American’s wholly-owned Envoy subsidiary, veered off the runway after landing on runway 6 in Freeport, Bahamas. The Embraer ERJ-145, registration N674RJ, originated in Miami. No one was hurt. There are reports of a collapsed gear.

The return flight, and Sunday’s roundtrip for this flight number, were all cancelled. The 50 seat regional jet was originally delivered to the carrier in April 2004.

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  1. Why do people always “Thank God” when no one is killed or injured? Wouldn’t it be easier for him/her/it to just fix the landing gear?

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