Passengers are exhausted from Heathrow airport once a big accident.Emergency teams are in hurry to the scene once the incident that happened around 8am at Terminal 5.Hundreds of people square measure stuck on their planes, and much of have complained of confusion and delays.There was a crash between a pair of vehicles on the field, injuring a pair of members of employees.
One man, in his 40s, has been taken to a West London hospital and his condition was unknown but at sharp 11 he died.Another man was treated at the scene for non-life threatening injuries. over twenty flights are delayed this morning, for the most part from Terminal 5, with some management back for over degree hour. Heathrow installation same during a very statement: “We are managing a major accident involving a pair of vehicles on the power.
“We are working closely with the emergency services and updates will follow,” a spokeswoman for the airport said.
“The airfield remains open and we will work to minimize disruption to our passengers’ journeys.”
One Twitter user wrote: “Apparently there has been an accident on one of the runways at @HeathrowAirport and many planes (including this one) are parked on the apron with unspecified delays of ‘hours’. No public news of this and no useful updates from @British_Airways — anyone out there know any more?”
Alastair MacLeod tweeted: “Apparently there has been an accident on one of the runways at Heathrow Airport and many planes (including this one) are parked on the apron with unspecified delays of ‘hours’. No public news of this and no useful updates from British-Airways – anyone out there know any more?”
Heathrow Airport Said On Twitter
Hi Alaistair, following an incident on the airfield involving two members of staff, an investigation is underway and we are working with the Police. This incident didn’t involve any passengers and is not expected to cause any impact on journeys today.
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