A tail strike and malfunctioning undercarriages saw a Boeing 737, flown by Russia’s UTair airline, perform a hard and fast landing at an airfield in Siberia. All 88 passengers and 6 crew were evacuated using emergency exits.
The twin-engine airliner landed in Usinsk airport in the Republic of Komi earlier on Sunday, but slid off the runway, ending up belly down in a snow-covered field. The crew deployed the inflatable slides and evacuated all 88 passengers.
Meanwhile, one of the passengers filmed the bumpy touchdown from inside the plane. The aircraft can be seen during its descent, followed by a severe blow that damaged part of the ceiling. Video Credit to RT. News
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