Passenger Plane Crash Landed And Burned But All 49 Aboard Survived

The incident is being heralded as a 'miracle'.

Credit: New York Daily News

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Recently, a passenger plane destined for South Sudan caught on fire and crashed. Miraculously, all 44 passengers and 5 crew members survived. According to TIME, the South Supreme plane was in a landing pattern on Sunday in Way when the craft wavered and control was lost by the pilot. Fortunately, the door flew open upon impact and all aboard were able to escape.

Because several UN peacekeepers from Bangladesh, China, and Nepal were at the airport during the event, they were able to jump into action and assist with the evacuation. While no deaths were reported, some passengers suffered injuries, therefore, were quickly transported to the hospital.

Watch footage from the incident below:

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