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Yvonne Nelson escapes death as flight catches fire

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Actress Yvonne Nelson is thanking God after she narrowly escaped death Monday night.
The actress was among 205 passengers on a Delta Air Lines Flight 420 from John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York to Kotoka International Airport in Accra when the incident happened.
The breaks of the Boeing 767 overheated causing the landing gear to catch fire.
Fire and rescue officials rushed to the scene to douse the fire.
After escaping what could have been fatal, the actress, who was returning to Ghana after spending some days in the US, in a post on Instagram, was very thankful.
“My flight! So this happened to us! Thank you Jesus?? #Deltapleasesitup,” Yvonne Nelson said as she shared videos of the incident.
Adrian Gee, a Delta spokesman, said “Delta apologizes to our customers onboard Flight 420 for delaying their travel. We are working to get customers to their destination as soon as possible.”

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