(NBC) - An Indonesian plane skidded after landing at an airport Tuesday in the country's West Papua province.
The Trigana Air Boeing 737 cargo plane, chartered by Indonesia's state oil company Pertamina, skidded on the runway at Wamena Airport.
The plane was carrying fuel to be distributed to remote areas in Papua.
According to Pertamina's marketing director, the plane skidded when trying to land in foggy weather.
There were no reported injuries.
Courtesy: NBC News Channel