No injuries were reported at the Rochester International Airport Tuesday afternoon after an aircraft landing there blew a tire.

According to an email from the Federal Administration of Aviation, preliminary information indicates the plane was a Beechcraft Baron.

The Rochester Airport Fire Department, the Rochester Fire Department and Mayo Ambulance responded. Rochester Fire Department Capt. Caleb Feine said the department was there for medical response.

Those on the plane were medically evaluated.

The 1978 fixed-wing multiengine was removed from the airfield, and both runways were fully operational around 1:15 p.m. The plane is registered to a man in Hampton.