Published: Wed, July 03, 2019
Global News | By Blake Casey

Kenyan man falls from landing plane

Kenyan man falls from landing plane

The dead man has not been identified.

Yesterday, a neighbour said: 'I heard a "whomp". He looked out of his upstairs window and spotted the body lying in the garden and blood spattered over the walls.

The plane spotter had arrived nearly at the same time as the police and told them the body had fallen from a Kenya Airways flight.

Describing the victim, the neighbour said: 'One of the reasons his body was so intact was because his body was an ice block.' He added: 'If it had been two seconds later, he would have landed on the common where there were hundreds of people.

In 2015, a male stowaway was found dead on the roof of a London office building after he fell from a flight from Johannesburg to Heathrow.

"Their chances of survival are very remote indeed, and I would say it's nearly nil on a long-haul flight".

A United Kingdom national who was inches away from being crushed to death by the falling body of a stowaway who fell from a Kenya Airways plane has returned to his hometown, a day after the incident.

The man most probably had legal access to the airport, Kenya's Civil Aviation Authority chief told the BBC.

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The neighbor said the body landed just three feet away from where a man was sunbathing, according to the BBC.

It dropped from a Kenya Airways plane as it approached Heathrow Airport to land on Sunday, June 30, according to reports.

Pictures have emerged of a dent left by a body which plummeted 4,000ft from a plane into a garden in south London.

When the Kenya Airways plane landed in London Heathrow Airport, a bag, some water and food were found in the landing gear compartment.

The identity of the man is yet to be established while "a post-mortem examination will be carried out in due course", the statement continued. The aircraft, which landed safely shortly after the incident, underwent an inspection and no damage was reported.

The flight from Nairobi to London takes just under 9 hours across 6,840km.

The man had fallen from the landing gear of British Airways Flight 76, which was flying from Luanda, Angola, to Heathrow. He was later identified as 27-year-old Jose Matada, from Mozambique.

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