A Boeing jetliner with 143 individuals on board from the US station at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, slid off a runway into a shallow stream in Jacksonville, Florida, on Friday while endeavoring to arrive at an army installation there amid a rainstorm, harming 21 individuals. There were no reports of fatalities or basic wounds. The Jacksonville Sheriff's Office said on Twitter that every one of the 21 of the harmed was taken to a clinic, where they were recorded in great condition. The plane, a sanctioned Boeing 737-800 touching base from Naval Station Guantanamo Bay in Cuba with 136 travelers and seven group individuals, collided with the St Johns River toward the finish of the runway at Naval Air Station Jacksonville at about 9:40 pm neighborhood time, a representative for the Florida air base said. "The plane was not submerged. Each individual is alive and represented," the sheriff's office said on Twitter. The sheriff's tweet was joined by two photos appearing plane, bearing the logo of Miami Air International, resting in shallow water and completely flawless. The civic chairman of Jacksonville, Lenny Curry, said on Twitter that US President Donald Trump had called him to offer assistance.