Four injured in plane fire that left for Miami

At least four people have been reported with injuries after a plane of the Red Air company from Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic will catch fire after making an emergency landing at Miami International Airport.

According to the television channel WSVN, people have minor injuries although two of them were transferred to the hospital.

It is unknown if the injured correspond to any of the 140 passengers or the 11 crew members.

The flight 203 made an emergency landing around 5:30 p.m. this Tuesday at Miami International Airport, apparently with problems in the landing gear, which caused a fire in the aircraft.

"It is unknown if the landing gear problems they occurred before or when he landed2, says Miami television.

The plane collided with various objects and drifted onto the grassy area between the runway and taxiway near Northwest 57th Avenue in Miami.

“The plane took out a communication/radar tower that was in its way, along with a small building in the area. The tower could be seen wrapping around the right wing of the planewhere the fire was also lit,” says WSVN.

The plane is completely off. Firefighters used foam trucks to control the fire.

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