Saudi Arabian football team were left shaken after their plane caught fire after take off in Russia during this years world cup.
According to Daily Mail Flames were spotted coming out of the engine before the plane safely landed in Rostov leaving no one harmed.
The team are set to play Uruguay there on Wednesday. An official statement from the football association said:
‘The Saudi Football Federation wishes to reassure everyone about the safety of all members of the mission of the national team after a minor technical malfunction in an engine.
‘The plane landed a few minutes ago at Rostov on Don Airport, and UNOMIG personnel are now safely heading to their residence.’
This comes weeks after a Kenyan aircraft Fly-Sax Cessna C208 aircraft, crushed into the Aberdares killing 10 people on the spot among them the pilot Barbara Kamau and her co-pilot Jean Mureithi.
The ill fated aircraft was flying from Kitale to Nairobi crashed at the Aberdares. Another aircraft accident that caught attention in Kenya is when a helicopter crashed into Lake Nakuru in 2017.
Five people among them Apollo Malowo (the captain), bloggers; Anthony Kipyegon, John Mapozi, Sam Gitau and a woman identified as Veronica Muthoni lost their life.
The bodies were later retraced with some retraced weeks after the accident took place.
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