Friday, May 27, 2016

 

Hundreds Evacuate Korean Air Jet After Engine Catches Fire

Hundreds of passengers onboard a Korean Air flight at Tokyo's Haneda Airport were forced to evacuate onto the tarmac Friday after one of the Boeing 777-300's engines caught fire, the airline said.

Flight KE2708 was taxiing for take-off to Seoul, South Korea, when flames were detected from engine No.1. The take-off was immediately canceled, Korean Air said.

Once the take-off was cancelled all passengers were immediately deployed using emergency chutes, the company added.

Korean Air said there were 302 passengers and 16 crew members, excluding pilots, on the plane.

Crowds were also seen gathered on a grassy area next to the runway.

Despite passengers making if off the plane safely, 30 people were being treated for "feeling sick" and "shaken up," Japanese media reported.

Korea Air said they would reroute its passengers on another flight.

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