Wednesday, November 26, 2014   

Jet cruiser accident injures 70
(06-13 11:36)

A jet cruiser en route for Macao from Hong Kong crashed the bank in Macao on Friday, wounding around 70 people, sources from Macao's maritime authorities said.
Officials said the airship hit the southern embankment at Macao 's Outer Harbor terminal.
The rescue efforts are underway and the cause of the accident has so far been unknown.
Macao, China's special administration at the tip of the mainland, has seen a number of airship tragedies over the past years. --Xinhua   
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