A G-4 Gulfstrem jet overshot the Teterboro Airport runway and was barreling toward the Route 46 fence when the concrete “arrestor bed” at the end of the strip did its job, crumbling under the weight of the craft and slowing it to a stop Friday afternoon.
“Seven passengers and two crew members were on board and no injuries have been reported,” according to a dispatch from the New Jersey State Police’s Office of Emergency Management. “The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) is investigating and NJ Division of Aeronautics has been notified.”
The incident involving the private Meridian Airlines Gulfstream Aircraft occurred around 1:45 in the afternoon, State Police said.
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