Australian tourist who survived Burma crash
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Burma plane crash survivor describes impact

At least two people have been killed and another 11 injured after a plane was forced to make an emergency landing in Burma, officials say.

The Air Bagan plane was carrying more than 60 passengers. Two Britons are believed to be among those hurt.

It was on its way from the city of Rangoon to Heho airport in Shan state when it crash-landed about 3km (two miles) from the runway.

Reports say a fire in one of the engines may have caused the accident.

An Australian tourist survived the crash and described what happened.

Footage courtesy Democratic Voice of Burma

  • 26 Dec 2012
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