Southwest Airlines Flight 31 Nashville TN Plane Crash
KLM is currently representing several victims in this case.
- Date: December 15, 2015
- Location: Nashville, Tennessee, United States
- Airline: Southwest Airlines
- Type of Aircraft: Boeing 737
- Type of Incident: Taxiway
- Total Passengers: 133
- Injuries: 8
- Fatalities: 0
(Nashville, TN Tuesday, December 15, 2015) A Boeing 737 passenger aircraft, operated by Southwest Airlines, became stuck in the grass bordering a taxiway, injuring 8 out of the 133 passengers and crew members onboard.
At the time of the accident, the plane was approaching the gate at the Nashville International Airport in Nashville, Tennessee, United States of America. According to a Southwest spokesperson, all passengers and crew were evacuated safely, and there were no fatalities, although the extent of the injuries suffered was not immediately available.
An investigation by the FAA is ongoing.
KLM Law is currently representing several victims in this case. Since our team is already intimately familiar with the details of this incident, if you were injured in this accident perhaps you would like to consult with one of our experienced aviation lawyers.
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