Plane Crash in Kingston Jamaica

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I woke up this morning to the news that an airplane had overshot the runway in Kingston's Norman Manley International Airport.  Initially my reaction was one of terror because I thought my sister-in-law was headed for Kingston last night.  However, she didn't go as planned.

This was an American Airlines flight that originated at Washington's Reagan Airport, stopped in Miami and then headed to Kingston.  The plane overshot the runway and landed on the sand.  Luckily, the plane did not enter the Kingston Harbor which is a few feet away.

Latest reports are that there were several people injured but all 154 people on board survived.

This is a sobering reminder about how quickly things can change for the worse.  I am grateful that everyone on the flight is ok and that they will be able to celebrate Christmas again this year.  

End of runway at Norman Manley International Airport

Plane crash in Kingston Jamaica

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Stephen Kappre
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Frankly, you never know what could happen. No one is guaranteed anything.

Dec 22, 2009 11:51 PM #1
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Leander McClain
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Stacey,

I am happy to hear that everyone survived.  Life can change in an instant.  That's why I try to live life to the fullest.

Have a happy holiday

Leander

Dec 23, 2009 03:16 AM #2
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Mary Douglas
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Stacey Ann, I was so happy to see you post this.  When I heard the news, I was fearful that you and your family had gone home for the Holidays and were on that flight!  Thankful that they all survived, too. 

 

Dec 23, 2009 03:25 AM #3
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Steve - So true

Leander - It is important to live life to the fullest

Mary - thanks for thinking of me

Dec 23, 2009 01:19 PM #4
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Stacey-Ann. What a Christmas miracle that no-one was killed. Merry Christmas to you.

Dec 23, 2009 11:35 PM #5
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Ellie - I cannot believe that no-one was killed.  That is truly amazing.

Jan 02, 2010 01:09 AM #6
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thank the good loard above that noone was killed

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