JAL Aircraft Collides with Japan Coast Guard Aircraft, One Passenger Fractures Rib

The JAL aircraft involved in the collision at Haneda Airport

Japan Airlines (JAL) has revealed that a new injury, a rib fracture, has been discovered in one of the passengers on JAL flight 516, which collided with a Japan Coast Guard aircraft at Haneda Airport on January 2nd.

This brings the total number of injured to three, combining the previously reported sprain and contusion. The number of people who sought medical attention due to ill health on the day has decreased to twelve, one less than initially reported.

Following the landing at Haneda Airport, all 379 individuals onboard the flight, comprising 12 crew members and 367 passengers, performed an emergency evacuation.

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