Saudi flight makes emergency landing in Medina, dozens injured

Posted on January 5, 2014 • Filed under: Middle East, Travel Aviation

NBC News reports that a Saudi Arabian Airlines flight suffered a technical malfunction and made an emergency landing in the second-holiest city in the Islamic world early Sunday, injuring 29 people — including three who were seriously hurt. A problem with the rear wheels on the right side of the Boeing 767-300ER forced the plane to hit the tarmac at the Prince Mohammed bin Abdulaziz International Airport in the city of Medina, the second holiest city in Islam after Mecca, the General Authority of Civil Aviation said. The authority said 18 of the injured people were treated

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at the airport while 11 others were transported to the hospital. A spokesman for Saudi Arabian Airlines, who declined to give his name, told Reuters three people were seriously injured amid the mad scramble to evacuate the plane. Read article

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