Eleven injured as storm causes plane to slide off runway in Myanmar

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Eleven injured as storm causes plane to slide off runway in Myanmar

Eleven individuals were harmed as a plane slid off a runway while arriving at Yangon air terminal in Myanmar on Wednesday as an oddity storm hit the city, police said. 

Pictures on Facebook demonstrated a folded Biman Bangladesh Airlines plane lying on the grass along the edge of the runway, and a harmed lady was seen being conveyed to a rescue vehicle on a stretcher. 

"One pilot, an air lady and nine travelers were marginally harmed," said a cop at the air terminal, asking not to be named, including that the plane slid from the runway as it arrived at 6.50pm neighborhood time. 

"It occurred close Terminal 3 where it fell onto the load runway as it landed," he included, saying that the nose and the two wings were harmed. 

Yangon International Airport did not affirm the accident, however reported that overwhelming precipitation had made them suspend "runway activities until further notice". Other approaching flights were redirected to the capital Naypyidaw before Yangon airplane terminal revived at 9.15pm. 

Thirty-one individuals were ready from Bangladesh, Myanmar, Canada, China, India, France and Switzerland. 

Regular citizen carrier mishaps are moderately uncommon in Myanmar, in spite of the fact that there have been a progression of accidents of military flying machine. 

Three military pilots were murdered a year ago in three separate accidents. Terrible climate made a military plane collide with the Andaman Sea in 2017 with 122 individuals ready, one of the deadliest aeronautics mishaps in the nation's history.