Pilot Shared Story Before the Unexpected Crashing Incident at NAIA

An aircraft caught on fire at Ninoy Aquino International Airport late Sunday, the aircraft exploded while rolling for takeoff at the runway 24, killing eight people, the Manila International Airport Authority confirmed.

The aircraft is owned by Lionair Inc. with tail number RPC5880, it was one of the aircraft chartered by the Department of Health (DOH). Initial reports that the passengers included a four flight crew, a doctor, a nurse, and a Canadian national who is believed to be patient and his companion.

The aircraft was supposed to send people to evacuate and some medical supplies going to Japan. The aircraft was allegedly malfunction in the middle of its takeoff and suddenly crashed and exploded. Bureau of Fire Protection immediately helped and they are now focused on defeating the fire. 

Rest in peace to our Frontliners that are inside the aircraft. They who have gone, so we but cherish his memory, abides with us, more potent, nay, more present than the living man. Death is something inevitable. They did what they consider to be their duty to there people and their country, they can now rest in peace. 

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