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Singaporean Airline was caught on fire - Video

Singapore: A Singapore Airline (SIA) flight to Milan was caught on fire early Monday morning   (June 27) while making an emergency landing in Singapore, luckily all on board passengers are safe.

Flight SQ368 departed Changi Airport bound to Milan at 2:05AM on Monday. The flight was forced to turn back to Singapore after an engine oil warning message, SIA said in a statement.

The plane's right engine was caught on fire after the aircraft, a Boeing 777-300ER, touched down at the airport at around 6:50am, SIA said. Firefighters put out the fire and taking out all 222 passengers in safe.

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