Emergency services have rushed to Ben Gurion International Airport in Tel Aviv, Israel, as a plane made an emergency landing with damaged landing gear. The aircraft has more than 150 people on board.
More than 100 ambulances were scrambled to the scene on Monday afternoon, as the airport announced its highest emergency level.
Before the plane landed, it circled over the airport to shed fuel.
The Electra Airways Boeing 737-400 series aircraft departed Cologne in Germany at 11am local time on Monday. Shortly after takeoff, ground crews in Cologne discovered debris from a blown out tire left behind on the tarmac.