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and opened the emergency door and passengers began escaping, she added.

Rescuers struggled in the dark to free other passengers from the wreckage.

One woman described how a taxi driver got to the scene before the emergency services and charged her to be driven back to the terminal.

'Airport chaos'
Kristopher Kimlin, who was not on the crashed plane but was trying to fly out of the airport, told BBC News there was "chaos" after the crash.

President Bharrat Jagdeo (left) spoke to reporters at the airport
"The airport is simply not set up to deal with this kind of situation - they were overwhelmed," he said.

"There were queues of people around the entire terminal building and out of the door. There were maybe 1,000 people.

Health Minister Leslie Ramsammy told the French news agency AFP one person had suffered a broken leg and several others sustained minor bruises.

They are being treated in hospital in Georgetown.

Caribbean Airlines, which is majority-owned by Trinidad and Tobago with Jamaica holding a minority stake, does not have a history of serious safety problems.

Are you in Guyana? Did you witness the crash? Were you onboard the flight or at the airport? Please send us your experiences using the form below.


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