Miracle escape after gasoline tanker is crushed by Aeroflot plane in horror accident at an airport in Moscow that left NO casualties
- It’s not clear what triggered right this moment’s collision at Sheremetyevo Airport this morning
- Fire vehicles scrambled to the scene and an emergency was known as at the airport
- The Aeroflot plane was instantly faraway from service after the incident
This is the aftermath of a collision at a Moscow the place a gasoline tanker rammed into an Airbus A321 – and miraculously left no casualties.
Investigators at the moment are probing this morning’s incident at Sheremetyevo Airport – the busiest in the town – which left the plane visibly broken and the tanker crushed.
Fire vehicles had been scrambled to the scene and an emergency was known as at the airport, however there no studies of flames had been made.
The Aeroflot plane – which had not begun boarding however was making ready for a flight to the Black Sea resort of Sochi – was instantly faraway from service.
The total roof of the Scania van had been crushed in the incident, which noticed the Aeroflot plane pulled from service
An emergency responder stands subsequent to the crushed gasoline truck in right this moment’s incident
Despite the catastrophic injury, authorities confirmed that no casualties had taken place
Shocking pictures present the nostril of Russia’s prime air service ‘significantly broken’ and the roof of the Scania gasoline tanker crushed.
‘The car and the plane are broken, there aren’t any casualties,’ an airport spokesman stated.
The ‘circumstances and causes’ of the incident had been being established.
A crack is seen working down the nostril of the Aeroflot plane
Planes continued to fly to and from the airport, which served extra almost 50 million passengers in 2019, native information web site RT reported.
The Airbus A321 can carry as much as 236 passengers and has been in service since 1993.
The collusion got here the identical say as worldwide flights resumed service from 4 airports.
There had been a four-month lengthy break from Moscow, St Petersburg, and Rostov-on-Don to stem the unfold of coronavirus.