"I became a bit wary of the whole thing because I could have seen clearly what was happening because I was in the front of the plane", Mr. McDoom said. Bedessee said takeoff had been delayed by about 45 minutes because one of the left-side doors had "not closed properly" and a maintenance crew was called to fix the problem.
According to reports, six passengers were injured when a Fly Jamaica Boeing 757 was forced to make an emergency landing at Guyana's Cheddi Jagan Airport.
Six passengers suffered non-life threatening injuries after a Canada-bound plane crashed shortly after take-off in Guyana's capital.
Fly Jamaica said it was providing local assistance.
Chief Medical Officer Dr. Shamdeo Persaud told Caribbean 360, "So far, we have five persons who are under investigation further for spinal injuries..."
Boeing said it was looking into the incident.
Pictures showed the plane had ground to a halt in the sand just short of a steep incline.
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"I saw bright lights and smoke, heard sirens, people screaming".
The airline released in statement saying: "We can confirm that Fly Jamaica flight OJ256 bound for Toronto has returned to Georgetown with a technical problem and has suffered an accident on landing".
"I'm still shaking, I'm so shocked", the Toronto man said from a Georgetown hotel.
The crash site has been secured by the Guyana Police Force (GPF) and the Guyana Defence Force (GDF).
They were the first to rush to the scene of the crash to offer help to passengers, but now investigators believe some local firefighters may have also helped themselves to the belongings of the passengers and crew in the process. The Guyana Civil Aviation Authority is leading the probe and the United States National Transportation Safety Board, which assists with inquiries under worldwide rules, was notified, officials said.
Global Affairs said none of the Canadians on board sustained injuries, adding that consular assistance was available to anyone needing it.