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Passenger jet overshoots runway in Guyana, 6 injured

Passenger jet overshoots runway in Guyana, 6 injured

Six persons were injured and rushed to Diamond Regional Hospital.

"There were (some people) injured because of coming down the slide or not getting off the flight fast enough, so the people behind them were kicking them", he told Canada's public broadcaster CBC.

The plane was carrying 120 passengers including two infants, plus eight crew members.

The 118 passengers on board the Boeing 757-200 included 82 Canadians.

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The airport said on its Facebook page that the injuries were considered to be non-life-threatening, but otherwise offered no further details on the crash.

A Fly Jamaica Boeing 757 airliner heading for Toronto made an emergency landing at the Georgetown, Guyana worldwide airport after the pilot reported problems with the plane's hydraulic system.

Patterson said that the flight departed Guyana at 2:10 am (local time) on Friday and at 2:21 am, the pilot indicated "there was some hydraulic problem and he requested permission to return and he did".

"Canadian consular officials are in contact with local authorities and stand ready to provide consular assistance to Canadian citizens if needed".

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That's when it suffered "an accident on landing", a statement from Fly Jamaica reads.

"Then the plane swerved to the right and the right wing was flapping and it ripped apart away from the main fuselage", he said.

Bedessee said the incident had left him "very shaken and very, I don't know, nervous".

Airline spokesman Carl Bowen said the plane, which was on its way to Toronto, Cananda, reported a hydraulic failure emergency shortly after taking off from the Cheddi Jagan International Airport and returned after less than 20 minutes. The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) of the United States has been informed as well.

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