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 Oggetto del messaggio: Incidente Aeromexico Connect Embraer ERJ-190
 Messaggio Inviato: 04/08/2018, 19:29 
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Lo scorso 31 luglio un velivolo Embraer ERJ-190, registrato XA-GAL, della Aeromexico Connect è precipitato poco dopo il decollo dal Guadalupe Victoria Airport a Durango, cuna città a circa 900 km dalla capitale Mexico City.A bordo erano presenti 97 passeggeri e 4 membri dell'equipaggio.

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Accident: Aeromexico Connect E190 at Durango on Jul 31st 2018, veered off and overran runway after rejected takeoff and burst into flames

An Aeromexico Connect Embraer ERJ-190, registration XA-GAL performing flight AM-2431 from Durango to Mexico City (Mexico) with 99 passengers and 4 crew, rejected takeoff from Durango's runway 03 in adverse weather at about 15:15L (20:15Z), but veered left off the runway, overran the end of the runway and burst into flames in viewing distance of the airport's apron. The aircraft was destroyed, there are no fatalities, 2 people received serious, 83 people received minor injuries. Some occupants already gave TV interviews within 2 hours after the accident.

The airline confirmed their aircraft had an accident at Durango, the airline is currently collecting information. Initially reporting there 97 passengers and 4 crew on board the airline later stated there were 99 passengers including two infants and 4 crew on board. XA-GAL was 10 years old and had operated for Aeromexico since 2014.

The local governor reported the aircraft was about to take off when the aircraft suffered an accident. There have been no fatalities, there are a number of injuries that are currently being taken care of.

The State Health Department reported 18 people with injuries were taken to a local hospital about 18km from the airport.

Local Emergency Services reported they transported 27 people with injuries to various public and private hospitals in the area.

The local governor subsequently reported there were no fatalities, 85 of 101 occupants received injures, two of them serious injuries.

Mexico's DGAC reported an investigation commission has been formed. Of the 103 occupants on board of the aircraft 49 are in hospital treatment.

A runway inspection, driving in opposite direction of runway 03 from runway end to runway threshold, shows both engines off the left hand side of runway 03 (to the right hand of the runway inspection vehicle, see video below), the aircraft coming to a stop past the runway end.

Ground observers reported the aircraft suffered an engine (CF34) failure at about V1, veered left off the runway and came to a stop to the left of the runway and past the runway end.

A passenger reported the aircraft was accelerating for takeoff but did not succeed becoming airborne. Once the aircraft came to a stop it took about 3-4 minutes until the aircraft burst into flames enabling the occupants to evacuate the aircraft.

Another passenger reported the aircraft was hit by lightning.

WebCams of Mexico with their Panorama Camera in Durango filmed the storm as it moved across the city.

On Aug 1st 2018 Mexico's Ministry of Transport (SCT) reported the aircraft failed to take off and never became airborne, but veered off the runway and ran through rough terrain causing substantial damage to the aircraft including both engines detaching from the airframe. The crew immediately initiated an evacuation of the aircraft after coming to a stand still before a fire broke out consuming the aircraft. The airport resumed operation on Aug 1st 2018.

On Aug 1st 2018 Mexico's DGAC reported the black boxes have been recovered and are being sent for read out. The evacuation was completed within 90 seconds. 22 people are still in hospital care, almost all of them are estimated to be released home on Aug 2nd.

On Aug 2nd 2018 the hospital treating the captain of the flight reported that the neurological surgery on the spine because of marrow concussion was successful, the captain can move legs and arms, only a very little risk of becoming paraplegic remains. The other serious injury, an 8 year old girl having suffered from first and second degree burns of about 25% of the body, is responding favourably to the treatment, grafts of skin have been ruled out already, she will regenerate in a matter of months. Only 8 people remain in hospital care as of current.

On Aug 3rd 2018 the National Union of Air Traffic Controllers in Mexico reported the decision to depart rested solely with the captain of the flight. The controller provided the captain with the current weather information. The thunderstorm cell moving over the airfield lasted not more than 5 minutes, the weather change was sudden.

Related NOTAM:
A4297/18 - AIRPORT CLSD. 31 JUL 21:54 2018 UNTIL 01 AUG 04:50 2018. CREATED: 31 JUL 21:56 2018

Metars:
MMDO 312150Z 12007KT 10SM BKN020CB BKN025 OVC200 22/14 A3023 RMK 8/903 BINOVC=
MMDO 312103Z RTD 28007KT 7SM OVC015CB 17/14 A3024 RMK SLP118 57014 956 8/9// PISTA CERRADA POR ACFT ACCIDENTADA BINOVC=
MMDO 312018Z 07003KT 7SM TSRA BKN020CB 20/13 A3023 RMK 8/900 TSRAB13=
MMDO 311941Z 01005KT 10SM BKN025CB 28/10 A3023 RMK 8/300=
MMDO 311844Z 12003KT 12SM BKN025TCU BKN200 26/11 A3026 RMK 8/201 ISOL CB=
MMDO 311741Z 36007KT 12SM FEW025 SCT200 25/12 A3029 RMK SLP112 57004 903 8/101 HZY=
MMDO 311646Z 00000KT 10SM SCT200 22/13 A3030 RMK 8/001 HZY=
MMDO 311544Z 30006KT 10SM SCT200 20/13 A3030 RMK 8/001 HZY=


https://youtu.be/Enx9o7irrGc

https://youtu.be/KbWLVuiLFA4

https://youtu.be/pRJ5-T9dwpY

Una foto del velivolo coinvolto nell'incidente di Durango

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