Commercial plane skids off runway into a river in Florida, no one hurt

04 May 2019 09:21 AM

Commercial plane skids off runway into a river in Florida, no one hurt

Updated 04 May 2019 09:21 AM

A commercial plane carrying 136 passengers slipped into a river from runway in America's Florida. Boeing 737 was landing at a naval airport when it ended up in the St John’s river but 140-plus passengers and crew survive.
Jacksonville, Florida, mayor Lenny Curry confirmed on Twitter late Friday night that an airplane has gone down in a river and all lives have been accounted for.

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