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Around 1:50 p.m. a mid-sized business jet, a Falcon 900, went off the West side of the runway at the Aspen Airport. Airport personnel are working through snow and mud to remove the aircraft. Airport operations should resume as normal in 1-2 hours, according to airport director Dan Bartholomew. No injuries or damage to the aircraft have been reported. 

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