By Comfort Obeng
The investigation into the Air Canada flight AC624 hard landing in Halifax began Monday.
The Transportation Safety Board, Airbus and Air Canada are working together on the investigation.
The investigation is expected to last a few days.
Highlights from today’s inspection are summarized below.
— The Canadian Press (@CdnPress) March 30, 2015
All passengers and crew on the plane survived the crash but 23 people were taken to hospital.
The patients have since been released except for one person.
“We fully appreciate this has been a very unsettling experience for our customers and their families, as well as our employees…” 2/4 #AC624
— Air Canada (@AirCanada) March 29, 2015
Passengers waited for emergency services on the runway for almost an hour in the wintery weather before crews were able to drive them to the airport.
Air Canada AC624 crash landing: It took 50 minutes to get everyone inside http://t.co/n5tjoOGnF3
— CBC News (@CBCNews) March 29, 2015