An Air Canada plane blew two tires and had to be towed from a runway at Los Angeles International Airport Monday evening.

The plane, carrying 73 passengers, landed after the pilots believed they were leaking fuel and came to a rest on Runway 24 after its left landing gear failed, KCAL9 reported about 8:15 p.m.

Buses were called to the runway to take the passengers to the terminal. No injuries were reported.

It was not immediately confirmed if the plane was suffering a fuel leak.

No other runways or flights were affected by the stalled plane. Airport officials were waiting until all passengers were off the plane to tow it off the runway.

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