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No passenger casualties in China Airlines fire in Okinawa
2007-08-20 03:09:42 THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

TAIPEI, Aug 20 (AP) -- A China Airlines official said Monday there were no casualties among the 155 passengers on board a Boeing 737 jetliner that caught fire on the tarmac at an airport in Okinawa, Japan.

The official, who spoke on condition of anonymity because he was not authorized to deal with the press, declined to talk about the crew or provide other details on the incident.

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