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A private jet that crashed off the end of the runway at the international airport in Honduras’ capital Tuesday had arrived from Austin, Texas, according to the website FlightAware.
Video images posted online showed what appeared to be area residents pulling people out of the damaged fuselage of the white Gulfstream jet, while others sprayed it with hand-held fire extinguishers.
The article goes on to state the following:
Firefighters arrived at the scene and doused the wreckage with foam. Part of the plane appeared in photos to lie across a street.
The emergency agency said through Twitter that first responders rescued passengers and crew. It did not provide the number of those aboard, but said all were alive.
“Thank God there are no fatalities,” police official Miguel Martínez Madrid said in a statement.
MIRACLE SURVIVORS: All six people – including five Americans — onboard a Gulfstream jet survived when the plane from Austin, Texas, crashed off the runway in Tegucigalpa, Honduras. @VictorOquendo reports. https://t.co/A6Eq4AAKuT pic.twitter.com/cDg4k85DW3
— World News Tonight (@ABCWorldNews) May 22, 2018
Private jet traveling from Austin, Texas crashes during landing attempt in Honduras. All six people onboard the plane were rescued and are expected to survive. https://t.co/y6xcpe8jIw pic.twitter.com/AEO5SyruXA
— ABC News (@ABC) May 22, 2018
— Policía Nacional (@PoliciaHonduras) May 22, 2018
Private Jet Crashes in Tegucigalpa, Capital of Honduras.
Plate # N813WM
Roads have been closed.
No reports of death or survivers so far.
Someone waiting in traffic that saw the crash reported seeing a Police Truck taking a young boy that was bleeding. pic.twitter.com/PeayRICzH8
— Chris Vas (@Cavas83) May 22, 2018
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