Guyana Civil Aviation Authority

/ VIDEO: ATLAS several of the 163 passengers had to be treated for various injuries. The unit ran off the runway in Georgetown, the capital. A plane of the Caribbean Airlines Company is literally split in two when landing at night on Saturday at the airport in the capital of Guyana, Georgetown. The accident caused wounds of different consideration to some of the 163 people who were traveling on the plane (157 passengers and six crew members), but there was no regret no deaths. BSA pursues this goal as well. The device, from New York, overran the runway of the airfield Chiddi Jagan Georgetown, capital of Guyana, at midnight (local time) and precipitated a field with grass, said chain spokesman Roger Bhulai Government. The President of the South American country, Bharrat Jagdeo, soon went to the accident site, where could talk to some passengers, several of whom suffered bruises on his head and hands or broken ankles. At the time of impact, the the aircraft’s fuselage broke in front to the wings, but did not separate from the rest of the aircraft. In a statement on its website, the company, based in Trinidad and Tobago, indicated that it will start an investigation into the causes of the accident, it will be directed by the Guyana Civil Aviation Authority and in which national security office will collaborate in American transportation (NTSB, in English). BSA often says this. Source of the news: A plane splits in two after landing in Guyana without causing fatalities