KINGSTON, Jamaica - A British Airways plane was forced to make an emergency landing at Heathrow Airport in London after flames erupted from one of its engines Friday morning.
BBC reported that the plane landed safely and all the passengers and crew evacuated without injury. The origin of the flight was not revealed.
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Jamaica Observer photographer, Garfield Robinson, has been shadowing Jamaica's Reggae Boyz since their arrival in Mexico City for their crucial CONCACAF World Cup qualifying match against the hosts due to be played at the famous Azteca Stadium last night. Here are some of those moments as captured by the alert lens of Robinson.
JFF boss Captain Horace Burrell (2nd left) greets Reggae Boyz (from left) Alvas Powell, Marvin Elliott, Theo Robsinson and Andre Lewis at the team’s
base on Monday.
Midfielder Jermaine Hue facilitates a photo
opportunity with an adoring fan shortly after
arriving in Mexico on Sunday.
(From left) Dr Carlton Fraser and England-born players
Marvin Elliott and Jobi McAnuff at lunch.
Reggae Boy and Reading FC defender
Adrain Mariappa is a picture of
Reggae Boyz head coach Theodore Whitmore (left) is interviewed by Mexican journalists shortly after
landing in Mexico on Sunday.
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