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Aeroplane crash-lands in Dominica

A plane has crash-landed in the Caribbean territory of Dominica after encountered some difficulty while landing at the Douglas-Charles airport in Melville Hall. Photo: Internet Source
The plane, a Sky High Aviation Services aircraft, was flying from Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic to the island of Dominica. The Douglas-Charles airport has since been officially closed. Photo: Team of Reporters
The plane, a Sky High Aviation Services aircraft, was flying from Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic to the island of Dominica. The Douglas-Charles airport has since been officially closed. Photo: Team of Reporters
MELVILLE HALL, Dominica – A plane has crash-landed in the Caribbean territory of Dominica after encountered some difficulty while landing at the Douglas-Charles airport in Melville Hall.

The information is that the plane’s landing gear may have collapsed.

According to a local media source, there were no severe injuries. However, one person is reported to have received a cut above one of his eyes and some other passengers have complained about chest pains.

The plane, a Sky Airline aircraft, was flying from Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic to the island of Dominica. The Douglas-Charles airport has since been officially closed.

Virgin Islands News Online (VINO) will bring more information as it becomes available.

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