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28 Mar 2017 - Peruvian Airlines 737-300, OB-2036-P (25071/2039), Gear collapse and fire on landing at Jauja

The flight from Lima to Jauja (SPJJ, elevation 11,034ft) reportedly made a heavy landing on Runway 31 (LDA 2810m) at 21:40z. The aircraft suffered a collapse of RH MLG landing gear then veered off the right hand side of the runway causing the remaining landing gear to collapse. The right wing of the aircraft went through the perimeter fence causing a fire.

Media reporting 29 occupants have been taken to hospital with injuries but no fatalities.

https://youtu.be/IUUHMKlXZgQ

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Peruvian Airlines 737-300, OB-2036-P

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