Kozhikode: India's top aviation body, the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA), has ordered a detailed inquiry into the Air India Express crash landing incident that took place earlier this evening after it skidded off the runway immediately after the flight with over 180 passengers on board landed at the airport.

Reports added that the flight overshot the runway and

 fell into a 30-feet gorge killing at least three people 

including one of its pilots and injuring over 35


The flight after the incident split into two pieces with 

the debris of the flight spread all over, as evident from

 the picture of the accident spot.

Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan said he has instructed

 the police and fire Force to take urgent action. "Have

 also directed the officials to make necessary 

arrangements for rescue and medical support," he 

added in a tweet.

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