Plane accident at Canefield Airport

The plane at the Canefield Aiport

DNO can now confirm there was a plane accident at the Canefield Airport this morning.

There are no signs of smoke or fire coming from the aircraft, however police and fire department personnel are on the scene.

At this point information is very sketchy but DNO is investigating the incident and will bring information as soon as it becomes available.

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96 Comments

  1. March 3, 2014

    My mom rosa xavier n dad Stanford Xavier was on that plane thanks to all there Dominican family and friend that new they was coming and pray for there safe arrival…..

  2. kk
    March 8, 2011

    This is life. Every day . That landing at that Airport which is Canefield Airport is something else. It should be renamed Rock-and-Roll , Airport. To much of a rough landing .

  3. your aunty in GA!!
    February 28, 2011

    :-P Keep your head up Dean, you are a good pilot otherwise you and your passengers would be dead today. you know your work, you are very experienced in what you do, hatred and envy kills..share the love people, dont take pleasure in putting people down, we your family love you and we are in your corner. just keep good in your thoughts and thank him..Love you ..Now and forever!! :-P :-D :)

  4. ORA -ET-LABORA
    February 28, 2011

    Time to close down that airport

    • Cassandra
      February 28, 2011

      Before condemning the airport would it perhaps be possible that yesterday’s mishap was not an airport issue at all but a case of equipment failure? As I understand it the aircraft, a privately registered Aero Commander, suffered a tyre blow-out. We must remember that some of these planes are not spring chickens. The design of this plane was conceived in the late 1940’s, this particular aircraft (N590DR) dating from 1968. It does not mean that they are not fit to fly but they do require extra care and attention. Bevin’s own aircraft, a similar model but of 1962 vintage (N411FS) experienced a collapse of the left main landing gear when coming in to Cyril E.King airport in St. Thomas on a flight from Canefield in early June 2008 as a result of “fatigue cracking”. Luckily, in this instance too there were no casualties. I am sure that the present incident will be carefully examined and lessons learnt from it to ensure that flying remains a safe mode of transport. We should not jump to conclusions.

      • Bayside
        February 28, 2011

        I agree with you very much. This was not the airports fault as you rightly said, but rather equipment failure. A few years back (1996) at Melville Hall, when American Eagle blew a tire – was it the airport’s fault? No it was not. Rather, it was equipment failure. Luckily, these aircrafts are fitted with two tires on each landing gear.

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    • Queen
      February 28, 2011

      lol

    • only
      February 28, 2011

      I don’t think so. DA needs an airport on the Roseau side of the island. The trek to and from Mellville Hall is not fun for those that live on the west side of the island. I would choose to fly out of Canefield.

      • boo
        March 1, 2011

        wat de hell, more Roseau doe have space more allu want ting in Roseau, smh. That place is so conjested I want to know where u will put an airport. Allu will continue to take the long drive to Melville doe.

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  5. Why??
    February 28, 2011

    People keep on saying to close the airport. Unfortunately, the only time some persons saw the importance was when their family member had to be evacuated from the country for immediate medical purposes :( sad. Canefield cannot be closed down. Not Just the government but we as a people need to find ways of making use of the facility. Example, It doesn’t have to take the government to build a private hanger next to the airstrip to accommodate private aircrafts, have some plane washing facilities, proper fueling facility etc or even private aircraft repairs and their are so many other ways to generate income

  6. mystic
    February 28, 2011

    To all of u with those negative comments..just give it some thought again! FAA is doing a great job..remember we are all humans…planes are gonna crash, cars are gonna break down, even our own bodies just stop working at times! remember we all are humans! and to those talking about bevin and his plane…at least the man is trying to keep a small operation to accomodate us his Dominican brothers and sisters! over 90% of Dominicans who have relatives who reside on st.thomas receive packages and stuff via bevin services…let us be thankful instead of trying to bring down our own people! one love!

  7. sad
    February 27, 2011

    OMG bevin u again ,thank God everyone got out safe,couple years ago one of ur pilot lost his life in a same situatation like this.so its not the matter of good or bad pilot we must say thanks to the Lord for protecting these people, when ur plane crash it was not just the pilot there was a woman on that flight too so she and junior died to put money in ur poctet.just take the time to work through this bevin.not to long i heard someone talking in ur shop about the way u load the plane,its people life u all messing with.bevein dont let ur people down please ….a true dominican living in st-thomas, Junior was a good pilot too and he died when bevin plane crash couple years ago.

  8. Noel
    February 27, 2011

    TOO BAD THEY LUCKY

  9. Noel
    February 27, 2011

    The air trap they have at canefield should be closed long time they only waiting for something to happen then….. they will close it down by that time it will be too late.dont ask for melville hall its like a volcano waiting to europe.the amount of money that was wasted could have brought almost complete an international airport.WE NEED AN INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT INSREAD OF(MIT) NIGHT LANDING.

    the

    • LMAO
      February 28, 2011

      I have been preaching that and will continue to do so for years more to come.

      WE NEED AN INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT.

    • english teacher
      February 28, 2011

      My friend, my advice to you is to check your vocabulary before posting! It’s not “europe” duhhhhhhhhhhhh. It’s “ERUPT”. Do not take offense.

    • Truth, Justice, Love, Peace and Unity
      February 28, 2011

      @ noel

      The word is “erupt”. Volcanoes erupt.

    • sweetup
      February 28, 2011

      I’m starting to believe a bunch of you commenters on DNO have no clue at all about anything. You guys just insist of flapping gums over a keyboard. Why don’t you guys take the time to investigate something 1st b4 spreading stupidity over the internet? 1st of all The money used to extend and upgrade MElville hall airport would in NO was give a “almost complete an international airport.”
      You have to scout for relatively flat land which is scares in Dominica. So then you have to either flatten some mountains or hills move earth and make sure it is leveled. That Job alone is MILLIONS in US. Then you have to build the Runway Terminals and all that good stuff. Then lets talk about the money to run and maintain it. You really think we would have had a almost completed international airport? RUBBISH!! 2nd thing.. This plane crash landed cause it’s landing gears got stuck how is that Canfield Airport fault? You dotish like rasss omg… I have seen more plane crashes in SXM International Airport than anything in Dominica. Do some research 1st b4 you talk crap plz. Yall sickining y’all dont have any clue about anything.

      • empresskayz
        February 28, 2011

        Amen, just to arm themselves with information/facts but no, rather they spread ridiculous and unfounded rumors. It would be wonderful to have an international airport but right now the country cannot afford this so why not try to find other solutions, is it necessary to sell our souls and our country to achieve this goal, i think not.

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      • October 7, 2011

        Shoot, so that’s that one spupeoss.

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  10. block 44
    February 27, 2011

    fly. but i wasing in the entire caribbean now is bad theres a lot of hight wind and turbulance in the area, i was flying from puerto rico on friday and i still think my heart is some place in my mouth, we had two very bad falls from the air,its been a very long time i haven,t been afraid on an air craft ,but i was. :-P

  11. Noel
    February 27, 2011

    Thank god that no lives were lost.accident can happen anytime anywhere to anyone.

  12. R. in Sand Diego
    February 27, 2011

    Just hope no one was hurt,yes an accident & a slight mushap are quite different, because our’s was an accident in 1983 every one was hurt badly, i had a dobble fracture till now my left foot is shorter than the right & the plane were total lostit was a Dutch plane.

  13. jah boy
    February 27, 2011

    we need a bigger airport

    • Always watching DNO
      February 27, 2011

      For your information, planes accidents do occur at all aiports………….. big, small or in between.

    • DKT
      February 27, 2011

      ignoramost stop talking your ignorance. haven’t you heard of plane crash in countries with international airports? what about the plane that crash with the governor from the U.S an 42 others who died in the plane crash t the international airport in states? you all sickens with ll you foolish comments.

      • MAESTRO
        February 28, 2011

        The correct spelling is IGNORAMUS meaning a very foolish person. However, I suport your comment, some of us are not paying attention to current events. Peace

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    • Coldboystraw
      February 27, 2011

      B4 u start bEeyatchin there are fewsmall accidents in our small airports. Just google and YouTube caribbean airport accidents. The international airports have had more frequent. So No if that’s your reason for getting an airport then no not good enough.

      • yout
        February 28, 2011

        @ COLDBOY STRAW…….MAYBE THE PERSON’S REASONS ARE NOT SPOT ON …BUT WE NEED AN INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT……RECENTL I HAD DINNER AT A RESTAURANT IN RODNEY BAY AREA (SLU) WITH A FEW AMERICANS…WELL FILTHY RICH AMERICANS..ONE OF THE GUYS OWN 27 BUSINESSES IN THE U.S AND A FEW VILLAS AT RODNEY BAY,MUSTIQUE AND LITTLE ISLAND IN THE FLORIDA KEYS.EVERY YEAR HE GATHERS HIS ENTIRE STAFF ON A FULLY PAID VACATION TO A CHOSEN CARIBBEAN ISLAND..THEY’VE BEEN DOING THIS FOR THE PAST 17 YEARS AND THE ONLY REASON DOMINICA HAS NEVER BEEN THEIR DESTINATION IS BECAUSE OF EASY INTERNATIONAL ACCES BY AIR.AND YES I DID ASK …HOW MANY STAFF? 118 STAFF MEMBERS ALL AT ONCE PAID FOR BY HIM .THIS HAPPENS TO BE ONE ISOLATED CASE MAYBE THERE ARE MANY MORE OUT THERE.THE GOVTS COME AND GO AND THEY KNOW THAT WE NEED AN INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT.THEY KNOW…YET THEY PLAY POLIRTIKS WITH A MAJOR SOURCE OF INCOME FOR THIS POOR COUNTRY

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      • LMAO
        February 28, 2011

        I Agree with you

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      • sweetup
        February 28, 2011

        SMFH WHERE THEY GOING TO BUILD IT AND WHO SPONSORING THE MONEY TO BUILD IT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

        WHO DOSNT KNOW IF WE HAD AN INTI AIRPORT WE WOULD GET MORE INVESTMENT.. WE ALL KNOW THAT ISH MY BOY SO BOASTING U HAD DINNER WITH YOUR WHITE BUDDIES AINT ISH!!! WHERE ARE WE GETTING THE MONEY TO BUILD IT ? AND WHERE THEM PPL GOING TO STAY? THINK MY BOY!!

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      • empresskayz
        February 28, 2011

        There is more to this than having an international airport as there are lots of smaller and more difficult to reach countries because of the terrain etc. Countries with much smaller airstrips and precarious landing but they have no problems with access and generating visitors to their countries. We need to stop over focusing on this int airport and starting realizing the real reasons why tourism here is struggling so much to keep afloat, you would be suprised.

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  14. Watching!!!
    February 27, 2011

    Thank God! His protecting hands were at work.

  15. antigua nice
    February 27, 2011

    its not cane field ,its casava

    • DKT
      February 27, 2011

      STUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUPES

  16. Proud Dominican
    February 27, 2011

    I am so delighted that all is well. My daughter travels on bevin most summer and I too make some trips with them. I’m happy that the two passengers are ok and Dean the pilot is good.

    • mystic
      February 28, 2011

      Dean is actually a great pilot i agree! It could have been worst!

    • Anonymous
      February 28, 2011

      First and foremost i will like to thank god for sparing the lives of my cousin and his passengers . God has spared your life for a reason , continue to do what u love to do best, you wont be the first and you wont be the last to have a mishap . Continue to keep god closer to u and to be your copilot love you Dean !!!

  17. coulibistrie
    February 27, 2011

    thank god

  18. Born GUy
    February 27, 2011

    Hmmm pilot problems!

  19. joke boy
    February 27, 2011

    all of that is what we have to get. since is skerrit that in power

    • the devil's advocate
      February 28, 2011

      :twisted: Joke boy, your name indeed signifies your ignorance. You among many complain about the government system yet you simply sit back and take it in every direction you can get it…( :wink: ). Change is small and progressive, so unless you have better solutions to the problems, that are within achievable means, you should refrain from making such remarks. have you ever thought of evoking the changes you so cry about?
      Not because you want another political power in place means that the mindset of evoking change will bring about the solution you want. Most promises are unkept and easily broken. Whose to say, the next political powerhead will not break his/her promises?.
      Rather than laying blame, start small, offer a solution. what would you recommend they do about the airport and the accidents that occur? have you ever thought along those lines?

    • sweetup
      February 28, 2011

      who was in power when cardinal airline had crash in melvill hall some years ago? blue blue right? and that was the worst crash in Dominica history.. SOOO HUSH YOUR MOUTH!! your theory is flawed.

  20. Anonymous
    February 27, 2011

    aya need to mind aya own bussiness

  21. Truth, Justice, Love, Peace and Unity
    February 27, 2011

    Thank God no one was hurt. The same thing occurs in bigger countries with wheels being blown off, even while the plane is airborne and planes being driven off the runways; past the runways and landing on the grass. Can you imagine how scared those passengers were?
    Well, you must have heard some stories as in New York City a few years ago when a plane plunged into the water. Fortunately there were no fatalities. The pilot was honored as a hero. He has since retired.
    Some years ago I heard that Canefield is not a safe airport due to the turbulence.
    Canefield Airport is convenient for those who live in central and southern Dominica. I would prefer landing at Canefield airport rather than Melville Hall Airport. It would be convenient for me and less time-consuming in view of the long drive from Melville Hall Airport to Roseau.
    When I visit in the next – some – months, God willing, I would prefer to go to Canefield Airport. Wish that Canefield airport could be extended. I recognize that this may be an impossibility.

  22. lol
    February 27, 2011

    wellll done fire services! for being ready and prompt

  23. Is me
    February 27, 2011

    It wasn’t that big of accident but it was one anyway. The plane landed ok and while it was driving on the airstrip the landing gear on the right side got messed up or damaged however u wanna put it

  24. crooked ones
    February 27, 2011

    This airport needs to b closed a long time ago based on information given somes years ago by someone who works there,it’s not economically viable.Stop cruise ships from docking in roseau and develope this area for cruise ships,the only reason for not having ships dock there is if the depth of the sea i too shallow.Come government do the right thing,Roseau is not the right place too congested and not safe.

  25. mouth of the south
    February 27, 2011

    thanks God that all is well,,, this is a grim reminder of what happened in the stormy summer of 1998,,,, i wonder why the media never reminisce bout that time,,, i lost two school mates from the d.g.s on that flight,,,,

  26. night landing?
    February 27, 2011

    so much for night landing hmmmm

    • Coldboystraw
      February 27, 2011

      Ur such a Donkey..

      • the one
        February 28, 2011

        i’m not sure y these negatives stupid ppl doesn’t leave and go abroad…wat does dat have to do with night or day landing

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      • Anonymous
        February 28, 2011

        Stupidy is a sin. The pilot yes is experience and thank GOD for that. Everybody life was spared and it is a true testament that god does not sleep. He is watching over him and will continue to do. We need more peace and love in the world, share love people, stop the hatred, jealousy and envy. He is my brother and i love him and always will. Keep your head up Dean.

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  27. RASTA4LIFE
    February 27, 2011

    pray all is well ,poor BEVIN,$$$$$$ C.K bas zor doh!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  28. edit
    February 27, 2011

    Airport has 2 R’s guys

  29. BLACKMORE
    February 27, 2011

    This is our city Airport. We can’t close it for because of cross wind, back wind, front wind or side wind.

  30. REbs
    February 27, 2011

    thank God we are so blest

  31. canefield resident 2
    February 27, 2011

    Hmmmmmm…………… That’s odd because i live opposite the airport and i did not hear and landed but i did heard a loud noise but did not knew it was a plane though.Thank God no one was hurt because i always panic like when Shanice Jemmot was missing i wanted to cry but i hope all is well with her and atleast there was not anyone in that plane. :!: :-o 8-O :) :cry:

    • C/field Resident 2
      February 28, 2011

      What are you say at all? What you mean by there was no one on the plane? And you point is?

      Read again and comprehend.

  32. scammer
    February 27, 2011

    interesting…Canefield has always being ranked extremly dangerous
    due to the North to south alinement of the runway and those cross winds from east to west.
    planes always have a best dancing competition going on at this time of year in particular.

    thank God its wasnt anything Major.

    Thats why i agree with Liat to continue operating Daylight time only into Melville Hall
    Folks must realise the Danger with airfields that have alot of limitations.

    Safety is always the Key element..

    So to conclude it Melville Hall should never be a priority for NightLanding adventures
    Liat play it safe your record is Key…Melville Hall is way too dark on both sides of the runway.

    Another endorsing Factor that Dominica and Dominicans need to think outside of the Box bite the bullet and build a proper airport which eleminates the negatives factors of safety!

    Currently main airport Melville Hall is way too much in the trench and surrounded by a main elevation of nature approx 4,000ft upwards and Canefield is suffering from wind issues,due to incorrect set up of runway and extremly residential and industrial aspect too close for any expansion etc….so Dominica and Dominicans have many national issues to deal with.

    Instead of building and one man Legacy who in the end is “BOUND TO BE DOOMED HASHLY”

    • EXPERT
      February 27, 2011

      ARE YOU AN EXPERT IN AVIATION? YOU SPEAK LIKE YOU HAVE A DOCTORATE IN ASS-CIOLOGY EH..

    • Coldboystraw
      February 27, 2011

      Donkey which mountain u going to blow up flaten and pave? Pick one then tell us where they money coming from to move the mountain then building and running the airport.. When you get all this down let us know.

      • anonymous
        February 28, 2011

        it is part of pilot training to land in crosswind situation. if an accident is solely due to crosswind it can be considered pilot error.

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  33. Darius
    February 27, 2011

    Thank God all is well…

  34. Really Concerned
    February 27, 2011

    Well done DNO.

    I must say that you are definitely changing the way news is reported in DA. You have the other news sources on their toes. I just heard DBS bringing the minister live from the scene of this incident.

    On a related piece, I must also say that you have really impressed me with the coverage you are giving to the missing girl (Shanice Gemmott). After reading about it here, I called two other local news sources because I had not heard it from them and they sounded like they knew nothing of what I was talking about. That was days after you reported it. Maybe I spoke to the wrong people. In any case, please keep the story alive.

    Best Regards

  35. TRUT
    February 27, 2011

    WE NEED TO CHECK THE RECORD OF “ACCIDENTS” AND “MIS-HAPS” THIS AIRCRAFT HAS…BOTH IN DOMINICA AND ST THOMAS….JUST TWO WEEKS AGO HE HAD ENGINE TROUBLE AT CANEFIELD AIRPORT….DOESNT THE F.A.A. INSPECT COMMERCIAL AIRCRAFTS??..THERE SEEM TO BE A LOUD SILENCE EVERYTIME SOMETHING IS WRONG WITH THIS AIRCRAFT.

    TO THE OWNER OF THIS AIRLINE SERVICE….AND TO THE PILOT….YOU MAY BE FEARLESS AND DONT CARE IF YOU AIRCRAFT IS WORKING TO F.A.A STANDARDS….BUT PLEASE PRACTICE YOU FEARLESSNESS WHEN YOU ARE FLYING ALONE…..PEAPLE LIVES ARE PRECIOUS…DONT GAMBLE WITH PEAPLE LIVES….THE CARGO YOU CARRY CAN BE REPLACED…..YOU CAN REPLACE THE LIVES OF YOUR PASSENGERS.

    AN ACCIDENT IS AN ACCIDENT…BUT NOT WHEN YOUR GETTING WARNINGS FROM THE MACHINE YOU ARE OPERATING…..YOUR LOVE FOR MONEY WILL COST YOU DEARLY IF YOU DO NOT ALLOW YOU PLANE TO REST AND BE PROPERLY SERVICED!!!YOU ARE CARRYING PASSENGERS…NOT JUST CARGO SIR!!!!

    ALLOW THE AIRCRAFT TO GO THROUGH DIAGNOSTICS,SERVICING AND MAINTENANCE PLEASE,PLEASE,PLEASE…LUCK HAS BEEN WITH YOU THUS FAR!!!…..I AM STILL PRAYING FOR YOU AND EVERYONE WHO FIND THEMSELVES A PASSENGER. YOU ARE A GREAT PILOT BUT YOU NEED TO THINK ABOUT THE LIVES OF YOU PASSENGERS…THIS IS NOT AN OLD JEEP YOU CAN PULL OVER ON THE SIDE OF THE ROAD AND CALL FOR HELP SIR!!!

    THANK YOU.

    • EXPERT
      February 27, 2011

      VERY GOOD COMMENTS. RATHER THAN BLAMING THE AIRPORT BLAME THE AIRCRAFT. F.A.A MUST DO THEIR JOB WELL.

    • Anonymous
      February 28, 2011

      In times like these people need to band together and pray, its senseless showing the world your level of ignorance. You need to learn to first read and write (this will also help you spell correctly) before you make the shameless comments you’ve made. Get a life you bumb. You should reveal who you are so i can personally deal with you. Don’t hide behind this crap. Make yourself known and i mean well known. We are ready!!!!

  36. Kb lyric
    February 27, 2011

    Bevin encore………..weh weh weh

  37. weh papa!!
    February 27, 2011

    look row row . allu 2 like an excitement. allu must wait 4 plane 2 crash b4 allu go an talk. is not bcuz talk cheat allu hav 2 go an run allu mouth.

  38. Reason
    February 27, 2011

    Its a very windy day and gusts have been sweeping down the valleys behind the airport. In such conditions this is not a surprise.

    When the road is completed to Melville Hall I would suggest to close Canefield and turn it into a cruise ship port.

    Spruce up Donkey Beach and make the old airport custom-made for cruise passangers, thus sparing Roseau the blockage whenever cruise ships are in port.

    • Very Interested
      February 27, 2011

      Very good suggestion I hope somebody will read this so it can be worked on

    • jah
      February 27, 2011

      great idea Reason. canefieldwas just a matter of time from day one. Cross winds

    • HMMM
      February 27, 2011

      Good point Reason!!! i agree

    • mamo say so
      February 27, 2011

      Heard ppl suggested that already.. but isnt Canefield airport Privately owned?

      • GOOD
        February 27, 2011

        GOOD SUGGESTION. PRIVATELY OWN BY WHOM? HOPE IS NOT RUN U RUNNING YOUR MOUTH LIKE THEM CARBALIST ON Q95.

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  39. marcellin
    February 27, 2011

    :-|is extraordinary

  40. Dr.Finger
    February 27, 2011

    Merci bondieu it was not worst. Jah bless this nation and its people

  41. dominican
    February 27, 2011

    it has been windy in Dominica tht’s propbably y.

  42. 8
    February 27, 2011

    Just heard a plane leave so they opened the runway already. It was too much tail wind.

    • canefield resident 2
      February 27, 2011

      um sorry 8 but i live opposite the airport and did not heard anything landed but i did heard a funny noise though so idk

      • 8
        February 27, 2011

        I did say leave. i.e. take-off

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  43. kerwin
    February 27, 2011

    :cry: :( 8-O

  44. Please
    February 27, 2011

    Too dramatic. It was an accident, the wheel of the plane fell off. No injuries, all is well. Thank GOD…

    • Cerberus
      February 27, 2011

      Funny, that happened before…could it be the same plane, same pilot? Luckily nobody was harmed.

  45. hmmm
    February 27, 2011

    Allu too like a drama.

  46. Morne Daniel Res
    February 27, 2011

    It does not look like a crash. It looks more like a slight mishap.

    • jay
      February 27, 2011

      Please tell me the difference between an accident and a mishap??? Lol

      • Morne Daniel Res
        February 27, 2011

        There is no difference between an accident and a mishap. However there most certainly is a difference between a crash and a mishap.
        Wait…so if u believe that it was a crash, tell me with what the plane crashed with????

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      • LOVE
        February 27, 2011

        ACCIDENT IS GREATER THAN A MISHAP

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  47. Morne Daniel Res
    February 27, 2011

    Omg!

  48. nature girl
    February 27, 2011

    hope all is well

  49. Canefield Resident
    February 27, 2011

    As soon as it landed, I could hear something was wrong… But thank God, no smoke. Someone walked out of the plane soon after it stopped, so a sign of relief was had by all…

  50. rascal
    February 27, 2011

    hope no one lost their lives,

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