American Airlines Plane Crashed In Jamaica
Reports from Jamaica says that an American airlines plane crashed in Jamaica, but the casuality figure are not yet disclosed.
WASHINGTON: An American Airlines plane crashed and broke in two after landing at Kingston International Airport in Jamaica on Tuesday night, Fox
News said quoting local reports.
There were no immediate reports of casualties.
The U.S. Federal Aviation Authority had no immediate comment.
An American Airlines spokesman says a flight from Miami overshot the runway in Kingston, Jamaica, but came to a safe stop. He says there are no immediate reports of injuries or fatalities.
Charley Wilson says all passengers are off Flight 331. It took off from Miami International Airport Tuesday at 8:52 p.m. and was scheduled to arrive at Norman Manley International Airport at 10:27 p.m.
Wilson says it was almost a full flight. He says normally a flight carries 140 passengers plus the crew.
Kingston Policeman O'Neil Hinds at police headquarters says officers at the scene report the plane ran off the end of the runway.
He says people were taken to hospital. He didn't know how many or anything about injuries. He says the plane was damaged but did not break apart.
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