At least they know how to laugh it off?!
Bella Thorne, Bella Hadid, and Gregg Sulkin were trying to get to London on Saturday afternoon when their plane leaving New York City had a very random and bizarre accident!
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The flight was pulling out of the gate at John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York City when
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We were hoping we wouldn't hear this.
After a terrifying accident in San Francisco, the plane crash has left two people dead.
All 307 people on board have been accounted for and 181 of them were injured in the accident. Of those people, 49 were seriously injured.
The two who were found dead were reportedly found outside of the plane. It is also reported that they were teenage girls from China.
The cause of the accident is still unknown, but the ongoing construction at the airport is reportedly being investigated as a potential reason for why this all happened.
It is believed the plane made a hard landing which caused the tail to hit the runway and break off.
We hope those who are injured recover well. And our thoughts are with those who lost loved ones in this sad accident.
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We hope everyone is okay, but we're certainly worried because a plane just crashed while landing at San Francisco Airport!
The Boeing 777 plane operated by Asiana Airlines reportedly crashed while landing in San Francisco.
At this time, it's unknown if there are any injuries or deaths. It has been reported that some passengers were spotted evacuating the plane through inflatable emergency slides.
Our thoughts are with all those involved in the accident!
Stay tuned for more details!
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