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14 January 2018, 04:13 | Devin Moran
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Shocking footage from inside the plane just moments after the crash shows passengers evacuating as women and children are heard crying out in fear. The mud stopped the craft from plummeting into the Black Sea.
An airplane skidded off the runway on Sunday after landing in the Turkish province of Trabzon, causing panic among the passengers. Flights were suspended at Trabzon Airport for several hours after the incident before resuming again Sunday. "We could have burned, exploded, flown into the sea", Gordu said. "There was panic, people shouting, screaming".
The local governor, Yucel Yavuz, said an investigation had been launched into the incident - which Pegasus Airlines described in a statement as a "runway excursion".
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