Watch Seagulls Strike A321 Plane Carrying 234 People Seconds Before Hard Landing

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Only one person remains in a in a Moscow-region hospital after the Airbus A321 crash landed. A further 22 passengers have already been released, according to the Russian Health Ministry on Thursday.

When the aircraft was taking off from the runway, it collided with a flock of seagulls, sucking the birds into its engines, the Rosaviatsiya said.

Passengers captured the moment the birds got into the engine.

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