It had a small electrical fire at the gate, and I cant remember if it was from a faulty APU or GPU but all the electrics and avionics were fried. The company made the decision to remove the engines and park the plane, determining it would be less expensive than replacing the electronics. Last I herd, its fate is up in the air, company doesn't have an answer as to what they want to do with it, ARFF wants to take over it as a trainer, airline might part it out, airport doesn't care as long as the rent keeps getting paid on the space. Chances are though that it will never fly again.
Time to spare? Go by air!