A Caribbean Airlines jet is accident
A U.S. team is expected soon in the South American nation of Guyana to probe the crash of a Boeing 737 jetliner that all 163 people aboard survived.
The Caribbean Airlines plane ran off the end of a runway at Guyana's main airport and broke in two. About 30 people had to be treated at a local hospital, including the pilot.
The airline is largely owned by the government of Trinidad and Tobago. Kamla Persad-Bissessar says she is worried that the accident will hurt tourism to the Caribbean.
A Caribbean Airlines jet is seen broken at Cheddi Jagan International airport outside Georgetown July 30, 2011. The packed Caribbean Airlines jet carrying 163 people crashed and broke in two Saturday as it landed in Guyana at night.
Injuring several passengers but killing no one. The Boeing 737-800 overshot the runway and burst through a perimeter fence after arriving at Georgetown's Cheddi Jagan airport just past midnight from New York.
The front of the plane snapped off and it stopped meters from a deep jungle ravine