Breaking: An Airplane Carrying pilgrims Crash Lands In Niger State

A plane returning from Saudi Arabia with pilgrims from the hajj programme crash-landed at the Minna International Airport in the Niger state capital Read more:

It is recorded that about 600 people returning from the holy pilgrimage in Saudi Arabia survived death from the plane crash on Saturday, September 7 after their plane crash-landed at the Minna International Airport.

The Nation reports that the aircraft, a Boeing 744 with registration number 5N/ DBK, reportedly developed technical fault in one of its four engines when it approached the airport which eventually led to the crash. Read more:

It quoted a source as saying to newsmen said that no injury or death was recorded in the incident which destroyed part of the tarmac when the aircraft skidded off the runway. Read more:

Some Officials of the Accident Bureau of Investigation from Lagos state have visited the scene of the incident and inspected the partly damaged aircraft.

Eyewitnesses said that the Minna International Airport was saved from a big disaster because a fire from the aircraft would have been hard to stop since there are no firefighting vehicles there. Read more:

The fire that would have followed would have spread to all parts of the airport because we don’t have fire fighting vehicles in this airport,” a senior official of the airport said. Read more:

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