Five die in Turkish plane crashed in Amsterdam (UPDATE 4)
At least five passengers died after a Turkish Boeing-737-800 crashed in the Schiphol airport in Amsterdam, the CNN Turk quoted.
Earlier, Turkish Airlines plane director general Tem el Kotin reported that nobody died in the accident.
Currently, 80 passengers have been evacuated.
According to Turkish Airlines, special helicopters were sent to the scene to safe other passengers.
Turkish Transport Minister Binali Yildirim said that the plane was put into operation in 2002 and had no technical problems.
There were 127 passengers and seven members on the board. Boeing 737-800 was flying from Istanbul to Amsterdam at 08.22. The plane splits into three parts while landing in the Schiphol airport in Amsterdam. No fire occurred.
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