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Old 2nd Jan 2024, 08:44
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There doesn't appear to be much firefighting going on, from the Skynews live feed.
Great that all are safe as reported elsewhere.

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NDTV on sky have live footage of aircraft burning on runway.
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Old 2nd Jan 2024, 08:46
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There's definitely some damage on the upper part of the left intake which doesn't look like it would have been caused by the engine contacting the runway. ASN also stating it was a collision:

ASN 2 January 2024 - Airbus A350-941 accident
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Originally Posted by milhouse999
There doesn't appear to be much firefighting going on, from the Skynews live feed.

https://imgur.com/a/horgTOP
That was my observation, too 🙄
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Thankfully it was intact as it slid down the runway before evacuation.

No updates on the Coastguard aircrfat and crew reportedly involved.

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Originally Posted by milhouse999
There doesn't appear to be much firefighting going on, from the Skynews live feed.

https://imgur.com/a/horgTOP
One fire truck visible and no foam. They seem to be letting it burn.
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According to TV reports in Japan it struck a Coastguard plane whilst landing, which explains the separate fire where it 'touched down'. Again on the TV, it is saying 367 passengers and 12 crew on board.
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Old 2nd Jan 2024, 08:50
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at 17:47 and 30 seconds onward, per the video embedded time code.
The aircraft appeared to land with missing or damaged nose gear, and left a chunk of wreckage burning at one of the turnoffs.
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Originally Posted by PC767
One fire truck visible and no foam. They seem to be letting it burn.
Run out of foam.
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Footage of the evacuation.

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Originally Posted by PC767
One fire truck visible and no foam. They seem to be letting it burn.
If you look at the end of the video on this post, you can see the fire at the impact point, so maybe they were concentrating on that rather than what seemed to be (at least initially) a small fire in the A350.

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Old 2nd Jan 2024, 08:56
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“6 crew on coastguard aircraft, one escaped, 5 missing”
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Originally Posted by jolihokistix
379 cabin crew + pax all safe.
Good news to hear. Thanks. Japan Airlines confirming that as well.
What a ghastly spectacle the live feed is at the moment.
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A350 has completely burned down now, apparently the coast guard aircraft it struck on landing was a Dash 8
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Y'all be relieved to know that CNN have concluded that the incident with the JAL aircraft was not connected to the earthquake.
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Originally Posted by surely not
According to TV reports in Japan it struck a Coastguard plane whilst landing, which explains the separate fire where it 'touched down'. Again on the TV, it is saying 367 passengers and 12 crew on board.
No mention of the Coastguard crew condition as yet?
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Originally Posted by Expatrick
Y'all be relieved to know that CNN have concluded that the incident with the JAL aircraft was not connected to the earthquake.
Be interested to see, if reports are accurate, whether the coast guard crew were familiar with Haneda airport or were operating there for the first time ever/in a while due to recent events.
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Originally Posted by RomeoTangoFoxtrotMike
That was my observation, too 🙄
It seems in the last few minutes scores of firefighting assets have turned up and started to fight the fire. An hour after the incident.

Have they really had to await resources from far away for this?
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That live stream is crazy, fascinating to watch, knowing everyone got out.
I canít see a happy ending for the crew of the much smaller coastguard plane however, hope they will find out how this could happen.
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Originally Posted by milhouse999
It seems in the last few minutes scores of firefighting assets have turned up and started to fight the fire. An hour after the incident.

Have they really had to await resources from far away for this?
Im really quite shocked in how that aircraft is burning. Then I have to remind myself that the fire service allowed the fire to take hold.
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