Twenty-one people were injured when a Boeing 737 skidded on the runway and ended up in a river in Jacksonville in Florida on Friday while attempting to land during a thunderstorm, Reuters reported. The flight, which began its journey from Guantanamo Bay in Cuba, had 143 people on board.

No fatalities or critical injuries were reported. The Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office said all 21 of the injured were in hospital in good condition.

The plane had 136 passengers and seven crew members. The plane was not submerged. Reports said the aircraft bore the logo of Miami Air International.

Jacksonville Mayor Lenny Curry tweeted that President Donald Trump had called him regarding the incident.