DHL cargo plane crashes in Costa Rica Video leaked to Twitter, YouTube and Instagram

WATCH: DHL cargo plane crashes in Costa Rica Video leaked to Twitter, YouTube and Instagram: Shocking news hits the headlines straight from San Jose, California. Yes, it’s about a cargo plane that broke apart during an emergency landing in Costa Rica on Thursday. The news of the cargo plane splitting in two also went viral on social media platforms. People have reacted to the news on the internet and also tried to get more details about the accident. People want to know if there was any causality or not. Thousands of searches have been conducted on the Internet. In this article, we provide you with all the details about the plane crash. Follow more update on Mazic.co

DHL cargo plane crash Costa Rica

DHL cargo plane crashes in Costa Rica video

A cargo plane reportedly broke in two during an emergency landing in Costa Rica on Thursday (April 7) in an accident that prompted the temporary closure of San Jose International Airport. Smoke billowed from the bright yellow plane, owned by German logistics giant DHL, as it slammed off the runway, stalled and flipped its rear wheels. It was a shocking accident that shocked everyone.

Costa Rica Fire Department chief Hector Chaves said two crew members on board are in stable condition. However, the Guatemalan couple were taken to the hospital for a medical check-up as a precaution, according to Guido Vasquez, a Red Cross worker. The pilot was shaken, but both crews were conscious and remembered everything clearly. The accident happened around 10:30 a.m. Thursday, after the Boeing 757 plane, which took off from Juan Santamaria International Airport outside of San Jose, was forced to return from an emergency landing 25 minutes later due to a mechanical failure.

DHL cargo plane crashes in Costa Rica leaked video

Apparently the crew had warned local authorities about a hydraulic problem. The airport was closed around 6 p.m. As a result of the accident, operations at the country’s largest airport remained suspended until around 5:30 p.m., affecting hundreds of flights and over 8,000 passengers.

Ricardo Hernandez, general manager of Aries, the public company that manages the airport, said things and activity had returned to normal “for both arrivals and departures.” Authorities have investigated the accident and are trying to determine the cause of the crash. It really was a fatal plane crash. There is no information about the plane crash. We will keep our readers informed with more updates soon. We’ll be sure to let you know, until then keep us posted.

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