MANCHESTER, N.H. -- A Boeing 767 slid off an icy taxiway at the airport in Manchester, New Hampshire, Wednesday morning, colliding with some weather equipment.
Light freezing rain was reported as the FedEx jet headed out for departure around 9:30 a.m.
Once the 767 reached the "H" taxiway, it slid and bumped into the airport's anemometer, causing minor damage to the left wing, according to officials with Manchester-Boston Regional Airport.
No one was injured.
The plane was towed back to the FedEx facility for inspection, and the airport's runways and taxiways were temporarily closed so crews could de-ice and sand the pavements. The airport resumed operations around 11:30 a.m.
There's no word of the fate of the anemometer, but the airport is still currently reporting hourly wind data.