Saudi plane crashes into electricity pylon in Sanaa airport
A Saudi Arabian Airlines Boeing 747 crashed into an electricity pylon as it landed at Sanaa airport in Yemen overnight but there were no casualties, SABA news agency reported Tuesday.
"The plane, coming from the Red Sea city of Jeddah, was carrying 429 passengers and 17 crew members.
"It left the runway on landing before crashing into an electricity pole, situated 42 meters from the runway," the agency said, and added that the aircraft's left wing was damaged. (Albawaba.com)
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