A plane carrying 136 passengers and seven crew has skidded off the runway and into a river in Jacksonville, Florida.
The Boeing 737 was arriving from Guantanamo Bay when it went off the runway into the St Johns River just before 10pm Friday night (local time).
Fire and emergency crews rushed to the scene, with Jacksonville Mayor Lenny Curry confirming there had been no fatalities.
Photos posted by Jacksonville Police show the plane in shallow water, and there is minimal damage.
The Jacksonville police tweeted that “every person is alive and accounted for” and that 21 adults had been taken to hospital.
Naval Air Station Jacksonville said the plane slid off the runway.
There are several crews working to control the jet fuel that has spilled into the river.
Despite initial reports from the mayor that the plane was a commercial flight, it's since been confirmed that it was in fact a Miami Air chartered plane.
Authorities didn’t say what may have caused the crash, however it's believed the heavy thunderstorms in the area likely contributed.
More to come.