Nose of DHL plane crushes side of Italian motorway after crash



Nose of DHL plane crushes side of Italian motorway after crash

Nose of DHL plane crushes side of Italian motorway after crash
Nose of DHL plane crushes side of Italian motorway after crash
Nose of DHL plane crushes side of Italian motorway after crash.
DHL cargo plane flying from Paris overshoots the runway at Italian airport before crashing on to busy road
The DHL cargo jet overshot the runway at Bergamo’s Orio Al Serio in Italy after coming into land at about 4am
Plane had touched down after flight from Paris Charles De Gaulle but crashed through barriers onto busy road
Dramatic pictures show the nose of the ASL Airlines Boeing 737-400 wedged across an airport ring roadA DHL cargo jet plane has overshot a runway at an Italian airport before crashing on to a busy road.
The jet, which had flown from Paris in France, smashed through barriers before coming to rest in front of stunned motorists driving past Bergamo Airport in the country’s north.
Dramatic pictures show the nose of the ASL Airlines Boeing 737-400, which was chartered by courier firm DHL, wedged across an airport ring road.
Incredibly, no one was reported to have been hurt in the crash and the three crew members were unharmed
Other photos show the path of destruction left by the jet as it skidded off the runway and across an area of grass.
The landing gear can be seen lying on the road after being wrenched free from the bottom of the plane while another images shows a crumpled jet engine.
Emergency crews at the airport, also known as Orio Al Serio, rushed to the scene at around 4am.
Local media said the incident happened during bad weather in the area after flight 7332 had arrived from Paris Charles De Gaulle.
Incredibly, no one was reported to have been hurt in the crash and the three crew members were unharmed. Pictures show an inflatable chute leading from an opened cabin door.
Authorities said the airport was closed after the incident before being reopened at about 6.45am.
Twitter user Marco Mauri Pude posted images of the giant plane lying across the road infront of cars.
A number passenger flights to Bergamo were cancelled. The cause of the crash is under investigation.
The Bergamo airport is Italy’s third-busiest, with over 10 million passengers last year.

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