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Investigation and Personal Effects Coordination

An international passenger flight departed on a regularly scheduled route, when complications occurred as the plane came in for landing, that resulted in the aircraft impacting the runway during an attempted go-around. A fuel-fed fire broke out as an engine was ripped off and the plane skidded on its underbelly before coming to a stop. A fuel tank in the centre of the plane subsequently exploded and the fire spread into the airplane cabin.

There were a total of 300 people onboard the aircraft. The quick response of the airline’s crew-members ensured that everyone on board survived the crash, though a small number did sustain minor injuries.