Korean Air evacuates plane at Japan’s Haneda airport after engine smoke
An aerial picture shows firefighters spraying foam at the engine of a Korean Air Lines plane after smoke rose from it at Haneda airport in Tokyo, Japan, May 27, 2016. Mandatory credit. Kyodo/via REUTERS

TOKYO: Korean Air Lines evacuated 300 passengers and crew from an aircraft at Japan’s Haneda Airport in Tokyo after smoke came from its left engine, NHK reported.

Images broadcast by NHK showed the plane on the runway being sprayed with foam by fire trucks with four of its emergency slides deployed. No injuries were immediately reported.

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