Passengers Flee Jumbo Jet After Runway Fire

A baggage truck caught fire on a Montreal runway causing a jet to fill with smoke.
1:12 | 11/05/13

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We return to the latest on the alarming fire on the runway. A baggage truck in flames. Hundreds of passengers fleeing for their lives. Several injured during the scary moments in montreal. David kerley joining us with the details. Reporter: You just arrived after a long flight. And all of a sudden, the cabin fills with smoke. That's what happened in montreal. Forcing an emergency evacuation. Some of the passengers were injured. Some from smoke inhalation. Some from jumping down the emergency slides. Some say this plane had arrived in casablanca. As the passengers are coming out. The bags pulled from the cargo hold. And the conveyor belt ignited. Shooting flames up the belly of the plane and thick, black smoke. That's when the emergency evacuation of all 250 passengers and 8 crew were ordered. They were running to get away from the aircraft as quickly as they could. Any update on the injured? Reporter: We understand that two of them were treated on the scene. Five went to the hospital. We hear they're in varying degrees of conditions. Nobody sounds to be in critically serious condition, george. Thanks for that. David kerley, thank you very much.

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