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**ALL ROUND PICTURES FROM SOLARPIX.COM**.**SYNDICATION RIGHTS FOR SPAIN ONLY**.Turkish Airlines plane crashed near Schiphol Airport in Amsterdam this morning at 10.40 a.m. The Boeing 737 had 135 passengers on board and left Istanbul Airport this morning at 8.25 a.m. The flightnumber is 1951..A spokesperson for the Dutch airport announced that the airplane got in trouble whilst landing. It missed its landing spot and ended up near a large freeway. There's very little information about the 135 passengers but it is being said that there are some casualties and several injuries. Though unconfirmed, around fifty passengers are said to have left the aircraft..The plane broke in three parts and emergency personel is currently rushing to the scene. A large part of the highway A9 has been closed off by traffic control. All flights to and from Schiphol are currently being delayed...Officials at Schiphol Amsterdam Airport just held a press conference at 1.30 p.m. local Dutch time. They have confirmed that there are currently nine casualties. Over fifty people are injured 25 of whom are labeled as ëheavily injuredí. There were 135 passengers. Flight-number is TK 1951 and the airplane is a Boeing 737-800. RTL News in Holland claims that nineteen of the passengers are Dutch. Further details will be released at 4.00 p.m. at a new press conference...This pic: Turkish Airlines flight 1951..JOB REF: 8552 BPS      DATE: 25_02_2009.**MUST CREDIT SOLARPIX.COM OR DOUBLE FEE WILL BE CHARGED**.**ONLINE USAGE FEE  GBP 50.00 PER PICTURE - NOTIFICATION OF USAGE TO PHOTO @ SOLARPIX.COM**