British airways plane strikes building
December 23, 2013.
A Plane bound for London’s Heathrow airport has cashed into a building. The British Airways plane which was taxiing around Johannesburg airport in South Africa ended up with its Wing wedged into the top of a building that sits next to the runway. The 747 was travelling heavy, with around 180 passengers who were mostly travelling back to the capital of England to stay with family. British airways has responded to the incident by putting all passengers from the flight in hotels as other travel arrangements could not be made for them at the time.
By the title of the news post you could assume that it was a bad crash but, it wasn’t really. Nobody was injured apart from the pilots reputation which has been confirmed by an airport spokesperson. An investigation into the incident has been launched to find out why the Boeing aircraft had move so close to the brick building.