A cargo plane that exited the runway after landing at a northern Italian airport slid onto a local road in Orio al Serio.
The two-person crew of the aircraft was unharmed and there were no injuries on the ground, Italy's civil aviation authority Enac said in a statement.
The Boeing 737-400 aircraft, operated by a Hungarian carrier on behalf of freight delivery firm DHL, slid through the airport's fences after landing at Bergamo's Orio al Serio airport north-east of Milan amid reports of heavy rain. The plane had just completed a night flight from France's Charles de Gaulle airport.
The airport reopened yesterday, hours after being temporarily shut down.
A spokesman for Dublin-based ASL Aviation Group, the parent company for the aircraft's operator, ASL Airlines Hungary, said the cause of the incident was being investigated.