Eight people were onboarding the Lion Air plane that crashed and caught fire at Ninoy Aquino International Airport on Sunday March 29, around 8 in the evening.
Inside the aircraft were one nurse, doctor, three flight crew, flight medic, one patient and its companion.
No one escaped from the said crash.
In other words, the accident killed all eight passengers. The plane was bound for Haneda Airport in Japan.
“The plane was a light aircraft with tail number RP-C5880. The civilian aircraft was about to take off at runway 24 when it caught fire.” according to a report by Ralph Obina of Super Radyo DZBB.
The Bureau of Fire Protection (BFP) put out the fire at 9:02 in the same night. The authority commanded to close the runway for investigation.