No injuries were reported after a Sunwing flight landing in Toronto suffered a blown tire on Sunday afternoon.
According to Peel Regional Police, the call about the flight came in at 3:15 pm, and that flight WG272 blew a tire while landing.
Fire and emergency crews were at the scene upon arrival for the flight, which had departed from Cancun, Mexico.
In a statement, Sunwing confirmed that the flight, which was operated by Swift Air, ruptured a tire.
The airline also said that when the airport team inspected the plane, it was noted that there was a “hydraulic leak” from the same landing gear.
“All crew and passengers safely disembarked the plane,” said the airline.
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-Call in at 3:15pm
-Sunwing flight 272 while landing suffered a blown tire
-no reported injuries.
-fire and emergency personal present
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— Peel Regional Police (@PeelPoliceMedia) September 8, 2019