An SAS Dash 8 Q400 (LN-RDK / flight number SK1209) with 73 people on board crashed on Sunday in Aalborg, western Denmark during an attempted emergency landing. Prior to the landing was an unsafe gear warning of the right landing gear. The right landing gear collapsed seconds after touchdown. The right wing and engine contacted the ground and the right propellor penetrated the fuselage. The plane skidded off the runway and caught fire.
Fortunately no one was seriously injured. 5 passengers have been lightly injured during evacuation. That no one was seriously hurt by the propellor penetrating the fuselage is due to the pilots decision to move passengers seating in rows near to the wings, to the far back and front of the plane, before landing.
The accident was filmed by danish TV2. This flight was a code-share with Spanair, BMI and Lufthansa.
Photo credit: dr.dk
Information about the second accident can be found here:
SAS grounds entire fleet of Dash 8-400 after another accident
Investigation – Preliminary Report:
Preliminary Report on Danish SAS Q400 accident