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20 passengers escape death narrowly after plane crashed, burst into flames

by | Oct 20, 2021 | Latest News | 0 comments

Over 20 passengers survived a plane crash after the plane they were travelling in crashed and burst into flames.

According to reports, the plane erupted in flames while taking off in a field at the Houston Executive Airport, Texas.

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Waller County Sherrif, Troy Guidry said the passengers included 18 passengers and three crew members were on board, however, noting that they all made it out safe.

The people were headed to Boston for a trip to the American League Championship Series game against the Red Sox before the crash.

“During the departure, it looked like a normal departure, but once it got behind the hangers, I could not tell myself what was going on with the aircraft

“I knew something was wrong, and then a couple of seconds later, we saw the fireball and went rushing to the scene,” Airport executive director Andrew Perry said.

In a separate story, two people died after a small plane crashed into a residential area in San Diego in the United States of America (USA).

The incident happened on Monday, October 11 while the plane originating from Arizona crashed when it attempted to land in an airport in Santee.

The pilot was making an emergency landing after the plane developed mechanical problems.

The plane hit houses in and burst into flames damaging ten of houses and several vehicles torched.

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Two people died from the ensuing explosion while two others were transported to the hospital after suffering burns.

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