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13 Apr 2015 - A Jet Airways Boeing 737-800, registration VT-JGA operating flight 9W-2423 from Varanasi to Khajuraho (India) with 59 passengers and 8 crew, landed on Khajuraho's runway 19 at 13:16L (07:46Z).

During the roll out the left main gear collapsed, the aircraft came to a stop on the runway about 1200 meters down the runway resting on right main gear, left engine and nose gear. The passengers were evacuated via slides. No injuries have been reported; the aircraft received substantial damage.

Ground observers reported a hydraulic leak, a blown tyre and the collapse of the left main gear. India's DGCA have opened an investigation into the accident.

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