OKLAHOMA CITY - Frustrated customers were trying to fly out of Oklahoma City when their plane got grounded.
A Frontier Airlines plane at Will Rogers International Airport was trying to take off and suddenly got stuck in the mud.
Several passengers on the plane snapped a picture of what brought the takeoff to a spinning halt.
The flight was heading to Denver, Colorado Wednesday evening.
One of the planes tires was stuck in the mud.
The plane had a total of 139 passengers on board, who were asked to deplane.
So, let me understand. An airliner is stuck in the mud at Will Rogers Airport, during a drought. I suppose today was the day for watering.
— Judge Radar (@OKCNightCourt) February 27, 2014