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American jet crashes on landing in Jamaica, 44 hurt

This year will go down as one of worst in several years for U.S. airline accident with the latest: An American 737 skidded off a runway on landing in heavy rain at Kingston, Jamaica, last night. Fortunately there were no fatalities but 44 were injured. Read on here.

American jet crashes on landing in Jamaica, 44 hurt

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This year will go down as one of worst in several years for U.S. airline accident with the latest: An American 737 skidded off a runway on landing in heavy rain at Kingston, Jamaica, last night. Fortunately there were no fatalities but 44 were injured. Read on here.

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