FedEx statement on Tokyo plane crashMarch 23rd, 2009 - 11:41 am ICT by admin
Tokyo, JAPAN (BNO NEWS) — FedEx released the following statement on Sunday regarding one of its planes which crashed at Narita International Airport in Tokyo, Japan.
“A FedEx Express MD-11 was involved in an incident today en route from Guangzhou to Narita, with two crew members on board. The incident occurred upon landing. We are sad to report that there were no survivors.
Our deepest sympathies go out to the family and friends of these crew members. This loss pains all of us at FedEx. Right now our focus is on doing everything we can to assist those involved at this difficult time.
We are thankful for the quick response of emergency teams on the ground and will continue to work closely with the applicable authorities as we seek to determine the cause for this tragic incident.”
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