Fort Wayne International Airport

Chicago media was reporting the late afternoon of Nov. 11 that about 953 flights from O'Hare International Airport have been canceled after a passenger plan slid off the runway in the morning amid snowfall.

No one aboard the American Eagle Flight 4125 was injured, according to reports.

A television station reported that 3.4 inches of snow fell at O'Hare, breaking the previous snowfall record for the date of 1.9 inches set in 1995.

The cancelations are affecting connecting flights to and from Fort Wayne International Airport. Check https://fwairport.com/for-passengers/flight-tracker/ for the latest updates. Nighttime flights from Chicago were still reported as being on time as of 4:30 p.m.

As of 5 p.m., snow continued to fall on Fort Wayne, with 2-4 inches expected during the day. 

About 97 flights at Chicago's Midway airport, with delays around 15 minutes, was also being reported. Planes arriving in the following 2 hours were reportedly running 102 minutes late at O'Hare, but those figures were changing after a few minutes.

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