Manchester City's Vincent Kompany unharmed after plane incident
Manchester City captain Vincent Kompany was on board a plane which came off the runway at Norwich Airport on Saturday.
Sources tell Press Association Sport that City's injured captain had been watching his side beat Norwich 3-0 in the FA Cup before a charter plane was due to take him home. The plane suffered problems as it tried to take off but Kompany was unhurt.
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"The airport remained open to helicopter traffic. The Air Accident Investigation Branch has been informed, which is standard practice," the airport announced in a statement to the BBC.
Phil Brockwell, of Centreline Air, added to the Eastern Daily Press: "It was at a fairly low speed of its departure, at which point it veered off the runway, for reasons for which we have some guesses."