Emergency landing needed for BOCAS flight.

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The Panama Fire Department reported that a plane from Bocas del Toro and the national airline Air Panama landed at the Rubén Cantú airport, in the city of Santiago, Veraguas.

According to the firefighters, the pilot of the plane declared an emergency because the aircraft had a problem in one of its engines.

The plane, with 16 passengers and two crew members, landed only with one engine at the Santiago airport. There were no injuries in this emergency.

Only the emergency personnel reported that they had to attend to three people who presented pictures of anxiety and nerves.

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READ MORE:https://www.prensa.com/provincias/Avion-procedente-Bocas-aterrizaje-Santiago_0_5001249850.html

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