Two planes collided at Mexico airport, 5 people died


New York: 5 people including a child were killed when 2 private planes collided on the runway of an airport in Mexico.

According to the World News Agency, the collision occurred at an unknown airport in the western region of Mexico, Durango, when a plane took off at the same time and another plane was landing at the same time.

The accident happened on the runway of an airport in Mexico, which was built on unpaved ground and is used mostly by small single-engine planes.

The collision was so dangerous that both the planes burst into flames and crashed on both runways of the Mexico airport. Both the crashed planes were small single-engine planes. During rescue operations, fire brigade personnel brought the fire under control while 5 bodies, including a child, were recovered from the wreckage of the planes. The identities of those killed have not been released. A total of 5 people were on board both the planes and none of them survived.

Regarding the accident on the runway of an airport in Mexico, Aviation has ordered an investigation into the incident.

Houthi rebels drone attack on the border of Saudi Arabia, Yemen, 2 Bahraini soldiers were killed

Sanaa: Two Bahraini soldiers were killed in a drone attack by the Houthi rebels on the border of Yemen and Saudi Arabia. According to foreign news agencies, the two soldiers who were targeted by the drone attack of the Houthi rebels were members of the Arab coalition operating against the Houthis in Yemen. were part of The two Bahraini soldiers were killed on Saudi Arabia’s southern border. Authorities say the drone strike came despite an end to fighting between the warring parties in Yemen. The Saudi-led Arab coalition launched a military intervention against the Houthis in 2015 in support of Yemen’s internationally recognized government, but fighting between the warring forces has stalled for the past year and a half. Efforts are on to restore peace between the warring factions.

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