Rescuers are treating passengers for anxiety attacks, while firefighters are examining the damaged Boeing 737 after it lands safely at Ben Gurion Airport despite a blown tire.
Rescuers reach the damaged Boeing 737 plane on the runway at Ben Gurion Airport shortly after it lands safely, despite a blown tire. (Channel 12 screen capture)
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