A passenger jet has skidded off a runway and got stuck in the mud on the edge of a cliff in northern Turkey. If it had slid any further along the slope, the plane would have likely plunged into the Black Sea in the Turkish province of Trabzon.
As you can see in the photos, the damage is pretty extensive to the plane - but, miraculously, there were no fatalities and all passengers were successfully and safely evacuated. Flights were suspended at Trabzon Airport for several hours after the incident before resuming again Sunday. "Thank God for this".
Other images from Dogan news agency showed smoke emanating from the trapped plane.
"We stayed inside the plane for at least 20 minutes waiting for someone to help us", said one of the passengers.
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"We swerved all of a sudden", she said.
Yucel Yavuz said all 162 passengers and crew on board were evacuated and safe early Sunday.
About PC 8622 Ankara-Trabzon flight.