Turkish Airlines crash landing death toll 9

Turkish Airlines plane crashed at Amsterdam Schiphol International Airport killing nine. For New York airplane crash lawyers

New York, NY (JusticeNewsFlash.com)–As reported by BBC news, a Turkish Airlines passenger plane crashed Wednesday while landing at Schiphol International Airport in Amsterdam. The commercial airplane was carrying 128 passengers and 7 crew members, including the pilots, when the flight, en route from Istanbul, crashed killing 9 and seriously injuring more than 50 people, including passengers and crew members.

According to reports by aviation officials, the fatal plane crash happened at 0931 GMT after leaving Ataturk Airport in Istanbul at 0622 GMT. So far the Turkish ambassador to the Netherlands has confirmed there were 72 Turks and 32 Dutch people on board. No details regarding the other passengers nationalities has been released.

Amazingly, the plane broke in three pieces and no explosion or fire occurred, which aviation officials believe prevented deaths and saved lives. The injured victims were transported by emergency medical personnel to Spaarne Hospital in Haarlem for immediate medical care and treatment.

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