Singapore Airlines Flight Catches Fire

A Singapore Airlines plane bound for Milan caught fire while making an emergency landing at Singapore's Changi Airport early Monday morning.
0:28 | 06/27/16

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Breaking overnight a frightening situation on a packed jetliner the entire wing of the Singapore Airlines Boeing triple seven. Was engulfed in flames the plane left Singapore on a flight to Italy but turned around shortly after because of a warning about oil in an engine. When it landed you see there the wing bursting into flames. The 241 people on board left the plane on a mobile set of stairs. No one was injured the damage to the wing was fairly extensive an investigation is already under way there.

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