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March 29, 2020 – A plane has crashed tonight and caught fire at Ninoy Aquino International Airport on Sunday. Sadly, killing all eight people on board.
Manila International Airport Authority said the accident around 8 p.m. involving a West Wind 24 aircraft on a medEvac mission to Haneda, Japan.
Based on a report by Ralph Obina of Super Radyo DZBB, the plane was a light aircraft with tail number RP-C5880.
The said civilian aircraft was about to take off at runway 24 when it caught fire.
A document that was secured by DZBB showed that the aircraft was operated by Lion Air Inc.
Authorities already declared fire out.
Senator Richard Gordon, chairman of the Philippine Red Cross, said on Twitter there were eight passengers on board.
He says that eight people were on board the Lion Air plane that crashed and caught fire at Ninoy Aquino Airport on Sunday.
Senator Richard Gordon, chairman of the Philippine Red Cross, said on Twitter there were eight passengers on board: a flight medic, nurse, doctor, three flight crew, one patient and its companion.
However, MIAA said the plane was carrying two passengers and six crew members.
A source told Stand For Truth reporter Shai Lagarde that the plane was supposed to be delivering medical supplies.