American Airlines Plane Crash Jamaica
Published reports state that American Airlines Flight 331, a Boeing 737-800, has crashed after landing long at Kingston, Jamaica, at 10:22 p.m. local time 22 December 2009, in heavy rain.
The airline is quoted as stating that the flight carried 148 passengers and six crew. Injuries are said to be above 40 with no fatalities reported thus far.
The location of the wreckage and the weather conditions (low visibility) are said to be impacting ongoing airport operations at Kingston's Norman Manley International Airport.
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