Hundreds Evacuate Korean Air Jet After Engine Catches Fire

Hundreds of passengers onboard a Korean Air flight at Tokyo's Haneda Airport were forced to evacuate onto the tarmac Friday after one of the Boeing 777-300's engines caught fire, the airline said.
0:28 | 05/27/16

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And also Japan and breaking news from Tokyo where the engine of a Korean airplane. Has caught on fire just before take off. You can see fire partners bring some foam on that aircraft all 300 into. Passengers in seventeen crew members were safely evacuated. Flight 2708 was heading to Seoul South Korea the runway the plane was using. Have been closed and all of the flights temporarily halted that is at the city airport there in Tokyo.

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