US News 'Mad' Cow Causes Plane Emergency While Hanging Out on Runway at Airport in India

17:29  12 january  2018
17:29  12 january  2018 Source:   Newsweek

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A plane carrying 66 passengers skidded off the runway while trying to land in wet weather, with one The incident happened when Jet Airways flight 9W2793 landed at Indore Airport in India on Saturday night. The fire brigade and airport emergency response team immediately took over, Agrawal said.

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a group of cattle standing on top of a building: GettyImages-861448534 © Provided by IBT Media (UK) GettyImages-861448534 Mayhem descended upon an airport in Ahmedabad in western India Thursday morning after a frenzied cow was spotted wildly running amok around the runway at Sardar Vallabhbhai International Airport.

Two planes were forced to abort their landing and fly on to Mumbai, while several more were delayed while authorities attempted to catch and contain the animal, reported local newspapers.

“It was a stray cow that entered from the cargo terminal side. The cow was quite mad, and running around the operational area. I have asked the airport director to inquire into it and submit a report,” Guruprasad Mohapatra, Airport Authority of India (AAI) chairman, told The Hindu.

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The freak accident occurred around 3 a.m., according to airport sources. It reportedly took 90 minutes for several Central Industrial Security Force guards and other airport staff to contain the animal and remove it from the runway, reported The Times of India.

The AAI director has requested a detailed reported from Ahmedabad Airport to determine whether the incident was the result of human error. "The chairman has asked the airport director to ascertain the possibility of negligence. Directives have been given to take stringent steps to avoid any such occurrences in future," an AAI statement said.

India is gearing up for a high-profile visit from Benjamin Neyanyahu, the prime minister of Israel, next week and the cow incident has prompted officials to ramp up security.

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Cows are often seen loose on the streets in most parts of India. In Hinduism, the cow is considered a sacred animal and therefore is allowed to roam free throughout the country.

In most Indian states, it is illegal to slaughter the animal and citizens are expected to treat them with respect.

It is not unusual for animals to get in the way of flights in India. According to official data, there were more than 1,000 incidents where animals and birds collided into planes at airports throughout the country last year.

Video: Two planes collide on the tarmac of Toronto's Pearson Airport (Reuters)

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