BREAKING NEWS: Small plane crashes onto residential street in Bayonne, NJ

A plane crashed in Bayonne Sunday morning, police confirmed.

The Bayonne Office of Emergency Management said the plane is small. It crashed on Avenue E between 41st and 42nd Street.

People have been advised to avoid the area. It is a residential section of Bayonne.

No information is available on the type of plane. It is not yet clear what caused it to crash or if anyone was injured.

Jan. 16, 2017: The tail of a crashed Turkish Boeing 747 cargo plane lies at a residential area outside Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan . (AP)

BREAKING NEWS: At least 37 killed after Turkish cargo plane crashes near Kyrgyzstan airport

A cargo plane crashed Monday in a residential area just outside the main airport in Kyrgyzstan, killing at least 37 people, the Emergency Situations Ministry said on Monday.

The Turkish Boeing 747 crashed just outside the Manas airport, south of the capital Bishkek, killing people in the residential area adjacent to the airport as well as those on the plane.

Reports of the death toll on Monday ranged from 37 people according to emergency officials in the Central Asian nation, to 31 reported by the presidential press office which also said rescue teams had recovered parts of nine bodies. Fifteen people including six children have been hospitalized.

Images from the scene showed the plane’s nose stuck inside a brick house and large chunks of debris scattered around.

Several dozen private houses cluster just outside the metal fence separating the cottages from the runway. Manas has been considerably expanded since the United States began to operate a military installation at the Manas airport, using it primarily for its operations in Afghanistan. American troops vacated the base and handed it over to the Kyrgyz military in 2014.

“I woke up because of a bright red light outside,” Baktygul Kurbatova, who was slightly injured, told local television. “I couldn’t understand what was happening. It turns out the ceiling and the walls were crashing on us. I was so scared but I managed to cover my son’s face with my hands so that debris would not fall on him.”

More than a thousand rescue workers were at the scene by late morning in the residential area where 15 houses were destroyed, Deputy Prime Minister Mukhammetkaly Abulgaziyev said.

The cause of the crash was not immediately clear. Kyrgyz Emergency Situations Minister Kubatbek Boronov told reporters that it was foggy at Manas when the plane came down but weather conditions were not critical. The plane’s flight recorders have not yet been found.

The plane, which had departed from Hong Kong, belonged to Istanbul-based cargo company ACT Airlines. It said in an emailed statement that the cause was unknown.

Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu on Monday called his Kyrgyz counterpart, Erlan Abdildaev, to offer Turkey’s condolences, the Turkish Foreign Ministry said.

BREAKING NEWS: At least 5 dead in Fort Lauderdale airport shooting; FAA halts flights

At least five people were shot dead Friday at one of South Florida’s busiest airports, leading officials to close the facility and advise people to “shelter in place.”

The gunfire happened at Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport Friday afternoon and also injured at least eight others, the Broward County Sheriff’s Office said.

Law enforcement sources told NBC News they arrested one suspect after the shooting near the baggage claim area of Terminal 2, where Delta Air Lines operates.

Broward County Sheriff Scott Israel, in a 3:25 p.m. press briefing, said it appeared the man in custody worked alone, but law enforcement was methodically searching all terminals and parking areas to make sure there was no further threat.

“The scene is considered fluid and active,” he said.

Israel said there were no shots fired elsewhere in the airport, contrary to some news reports that a second shooting in Terminal 1 had occurred about an hour after the first.

“The only gunshots fired at any time during this horrific incident happened downstairs at Terminal 2,” he said.

The sheriff said the suspect was taken into custody uninjured and without incident. Officers never fired a shot.

“I heard shots [and] someone yell, ‘they shot him in face’ — and [I] ran like hell,” a witness told WSVN-TV.

Airport officials said all operations were halted and it’s unclear when they would resume. The U.S. Federal Aviation Administration issued a ground stop order for all flights nationwide headed for Fort Lauderdale-Hollywod International.

“They are being held on the ground at the origination airport,” the agency said.

A sheriff’s office spokeswoman told CBS Miami that the suspect is male. A witness told the outlet the gunman appeared to be in his early 20s, and walked into the airport without saying anything and began shooting.

Sen. Bill Nelson, D-Fla., told MSNBC the suspect was carrying a military ID and identified him as Esteban Santiago, 26. Israel declined to identify the suspect, nor did he offer any details about the weapon used.

Former White House Press Secretary Ari Fleischer under President George W. Bush was at the airport at the time of the shooting and tweeted about the incident.

“I’m at the Ft. Lauderdale Airport. Shots have been fired. Everyone is running,” he tweeted shortly before 1 p.m.

About 15 minutes later he reported that “all seems calm now but police aren’t letting anyone out of the airport — at least not the area where I am.”

MSNBC reported some passengers at the airport were being held on the tarmac before being evacuated. Around 2:30 p.m., police sent more passengers back to the tarmac from the baggage claim area, some running.

One witness in the baggage claim area at the time of the shooting, Mark Lea, 53, told NBC News he was dodging bullets and trying to help people move out of the way.

“At first we thought it was firecrackers,” he said. “Everyone started screaming and running. The shooter made his way down through baggage claim. He had what looked like a 9mm and emptied his entire clip. People were trying to run.”

Lea called the scene “surreal” and said people were tripping over each other trying to make a fast exit out of the door.

President-elect Donald Trump tweeted that he’s “monitoring the terrible situation in Florida.”

“Just spoke to Gov. [Rick] Scott. Thoughts and prayers for all. Stay safe!” he said.

BREAKING NEWS: Derailment at Brooklyn’s Atlantic Terminal leaves at least 18 injured

At least 18 people have been injured after a train derailed in New York, according to the city’s fire department.

ABC reports that a Long Island Railroad commuter train came off the tracks at the Atlantic Terminal in Brooklyn.

Reuters reports that it happened during the morning rush hour at 8:30am local time.

NBC New York said passengers described a loud boom at the scene of the crash, before the train doors opened.

Injuries sustained by passengers are also said to be minor, however some news outlets have reported higher numbers of injuries.

Images and footage of the incident have been posted online.


BREAKING NEWS: Unattended bag prompts terror scare and ‘evacuation’ of terminal at Charles de Gaulle airport in Paris

An unattended bag prompted a terror alert at Paris Charles de Gaulle airport this morning, it has been reported.
Passengers at the French capital’s main airport said they were asked to leave part of the terminal as police descended on the scene.
One Twitter user said he had been barred from entering zones 15 and 9 at the airport for the last 15 minutes.

Paris Charles de Gaulle airport has been evacuated this morning after the discovery of a suspicious package, it has been reported (file picture)
Paris Charles de Gaulle airport has been evacuated this morning after the discovery of a suspicious package, it has been reported (file picture)
Another said ‘everyone’ has been evacuated from area 15 after the discovery of a suspicious package in terminal 2C.

However, the airport has since revealed it was a false alert and that they were only carrying out the ‘usual unattended baggage procedure’.
A spokesman said: ‘No evacuation at #CDG airport this morning. Only usual unattended baggage procedure. We are now back to normal.’
One Twitter user said he had been barred from entering zones 15 and 9 at the airport for the last 15 minutes
One Twitter user said he had been barred from entering zones 15 and 9 at the airport for the last 15 minutes

France remains on high alert after a wave of terror attacks in the country carried out by ISIS in the last year.
The evacuation also comes with Europe on edge days after an ISIS fanatic drove a lorry through a packed Christmas market in Berlin, killing 12.