Emirates plane crash lands in Dubai

A PLANE has reportedly crash landed on the airstrip at Dubai Airport. 

Local authorities have confirmed the jet - which was en route from India - landed without its gear down about 1pm local time, according to the Mirror.

A spokesperson for the Dubai media office told the Independent the plane was flying in from India when it "crash-landed".

"All passengers were evacuated safely and no injuries have been reported so far."

"Authorities at Dubai International Airport are dealing with the incident at the moment to ensure safety of all."

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