Three Chinese citizens injured in a Bangladesh Airlines passenger plane accident in Yangon, Myanmar, continued to undergo medical examinations in hospitals on the 9th and are in stable condition.
The Chinese Embassy in Myanmar confirmed at night on the 8th that there were three Chinese citizens on board the plane, all of whom were slightly injured. At present, they are in stable mood and are not in danger of life.
A person in charge of China Communications Construction Group in Myanmar confirmed to Xinhua News Agency on the 9th that two of the three injured Chinese citizens were employees of the company, all of whom were abrasions. The hospital was transferred to Ayu International Hospital in Damei Township of Yangon in the early morning of September 9, and there was no serious problem for both.
Another injured Chinese citizen, Mr. Ruan, from a private enterprise in Jiangsu, China, has also been transferred to Ayu International Hospital.
On the evening of the 8th, a Bangladesh Airlines Chong-8Q400 small double-propeller passenger plane landed at Yangon International Airport in heavy rain and skidded off the runway, injuring 13 passengers and 5 crew members.
Source: Xinhua responsible editor: Yang Yi_NBJ10647