Plane goes off runway at Unalaska Airport - ANCHORAGE (KTUU) - A commercial plane went off the runway at the Unalaska Airport Thursday afternoon, teetering over a bank toward a nearby body of water, as shown in photos provided to KTUU. Clint Johnson of the National Transportation Safety Board said Thursday evening that details of the incident were still being worked out. "We've got a major investigation going here," he said, "and there's all sorts of rumors going around. We're trying to get an investigator down, and the rest of the team will be coming from Washington, D.C." KUCB, the public broadcasting stations in Dutch harbor, reported that at least four people were injured, and quoted Mayor Frank Kelty as saying there were no casualties. The Alaska Department of Transportation posted on its Facebook page only that at approximately 6 o'clock Thursday evening, it was "notified that a commercial aircraft was off the runway at the Unalaska/Dutch Harbor Airport. DOT&PF Airport Rescue and Fire is responding. The airport is currently closed. At this time we have no additional information." Numerous pictures posted on social media and sent to KTUU showed it off the runway and nose-down,sitting on what looked like a sloped, rocky edge and pointing toward water. The plane appeared to be intact, but neither Johnson nor other officials elaborated on the incident, nor did they provide any additional information, including about possible injuries or fatalities. This is a developing story. Watch the Channel 2 Late Edition for the latest. Copyright 2019 KTUU. All rights reserved.