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Sunwing flight blows tire during landing at Pearson airport

Emergency crews responded to the plane, but no injuries have been reported.
Emergency crews responded to the plane, but no injuries have been reported. Twitter / @FoundMyHandle

Officials say a Sunwing Airlines flight from Cancun blew a tire while landing at Toronto Pearson International Airport on Sunday.

Peel police said they were made aware of the incident at 3:15 p.m.

Emergency crews responded to the plane and passengers were transported to the terminal on buses, police said.

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No injuries have been reported.

In an email to Global News, a Sunwing spokesperson confirmed the flight blew a tire upon landing and said crews also discovered a “hydraulic leak” with the same landing gear.

The spokesperson said the flight was being operated by Swift Air.

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