At about 1003 Eastern time, the airplane was substantially damaged when it overran the runway while landing. Visual conditions prevailed; an IFR flight plan had been filed. Both airline transport pilots and one passenger sustained minor injuries.
The landing was within the runway’s first 1000 feet and there was standing water present. Maximum reverse thrust, braking and ground spoilers were deployed. However, both pilots reported a “pulsation” in the brake system. The airplane departed the end of the runway, traveled into the grass, went down an embankment, across the road and into the trees. The airplane “hit hard” at the bottom of the embankment.