Almost 150 passengers had been unhurt after a Boeing 737 that had travelled from Naval Air Station Guantanamo Bay crashed within the St. Johns River close to Naval Air Station Jacksonville, studies stated Friday night time.
The airplane, a Miami Air flight, ended up within the water however was not submerged, the Jacksonville Sheriff’s Workplace tweeted.
Each passenger was alive and accounted for.
The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) stated the airplane was chartered by the Division of Protection (DOD) for a flight from Guantanamo Bay to Jacksonville, CBS Information transportation correspondent Kris Van Cleave tweeted Friday.
Information four Jax additionally reported the airplane’s origin, citing a launch from Naval Air Station Jacksonville.
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The White Home had been briefed and was offering support, WJXT four reporter Vic Micolucci tweeted.
Boeing tweeted that it was “aware of an incident in Jacksonville” and was gathering data.
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Jacksonville Mayor Lenny Curry tweeted that groups had been working to manage any jet gasoline within the water.
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