Wednesday, February 25, 2009
Just read about this. According to the first reports, one person was killed, 25 people were seriously and 60 slightly injured. According to Turkish Airlines, there are no ( confirmed )casualties. Seeing the pictures, I would say that is a miracle. PS: Aan de tientallen bezoekers die nu via de Telegraaf-site hier belanden: ga verder met waar je mee bezig was voordat je online ging surfen en de Telegraaf en DBI begon te lezen! Er is een globale economische crisis gaande. Om met Freek de Jonge te spreken: "Ga aan je werk, vlerk, zolang het nog kan!" Alhoewel, als niemand op zijn of haar werk kon internetten, zouden veel weblogs en nieuwssites lezerloos blijven. Lees dus maar verder. Update: According to these reports, ( at least ) seven people who were on the plane have been confirmed dead. The personnel in one of the hospitals in the Schiphol area was told that between 20 and 30% of the 135 people on board did not survive the crash. That sounds more realistic than zero casualties. Update: Now at least nine people are confirmed dead. The two pilots are among those killed. A fuel shortage is one of the possible causes that are being taken into account.
Posted by Bert at 12:58 PM