Boeing 737 ends up in lake after landing amid storms in S France


Footage has emerged of a crashed, freight-carrying Boeing 737, chartered by France’s postal services, which ran into difficulties while landing amid heavy storms overnight on Saturday at Montpellier, southern France, when it left the runway and ended nose-first in a nearby lake.   

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An investigation is under way after a cargo plane overshot the runway at Montpellier Airport and landed partially submerged in a lake, reports BBC News.

Three towing companies would be involved in removing the aircraft, local media reported.

Officials said there were no injuries.

See the video of the crashed aircraft in this report from BBC News.

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