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Emergency Services Scramble At Belfast International Airport

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NIFRS and other emergency services are dealing with an incident at Belfast International airport.

A number of fire appliances are at the scene with the Airport Fire Service.

It is understood a tow truck and aircraft are involved.

A spokesperson for the NIAS said: “The Northern Ireland Ambulance Service received a 999 call at 15.34 on Wednesday 03 April 2019, following reports of an incident at Belfast International Airport NIAS despatched one Rapid Response Paramedic and one Officer to the scene. Incident is still ongoing.”

The Northern Ireland Fire and Rescue Service were called to the scene as part of normal procedures but their services were not needed and it was left in the hands of the airport fire service.

No further info at this time.

UPDATE : EasyJet Airbus A320 (G-EZWC) on flight U26755 to Malaga, received major cowling damage to engine #2 while being pushed-back at Belfast Intl Airport (EGAA), UK. The pushback-tug hit the fuselage as well.

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