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An All Nippon Airways Co. pilot and crew members were being investigated by accident inspectors Sunday, a day after their flight from Tokyo overran the runway at Shonai Airport in northern Japan.

While no one was injured among the 161 passengers and six crew members, and the plane from Tokyo’s Haneda airport was not damaged after the overrun around 10:30 p.m. Saturday, the transport ministry said it should be designated as a serious incident that could have caused a disaster.

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