Video shows chaos in cabin of crashed Emirates plane: 'Jump! Jump!'

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Video shows cabin chaos after Emirates plane crash

DUBAI, Aug 4 (Reuters) - Amateur video taken inside a crashed Emirates Boeing 777 shows chaos as passengers try to grab their luggage from overhead compartments while one woman, apparently a flight attendant, shouts at them to evacuate the plane.

"Jump! Jump! Jump! Leave your bags behind!" the woman shouts, seconds after the burning plane came to rest on the runway of Dubai International Airport after a flight from Thiruvananthapuram in southern India.

The aisles of the plane are packed with a crush of people, some of them screaming, and oxygen masks have deployed from the ceiling of the cabin, which is dimly lit as electric lighting has been extinguished.

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A relative displays a picture of the crashed Emirates aircraft EK521 which flew from Thiruvananthapuram to Dubai, on his mobile phone at the terminal of Thiruvananthapuram International Airport on August 3, 2016. An Emirates plane with 300 people on board crash-landed and caught fire in Dubai, shutting down the busy airport, but the authorities said all the passengers were evacuated safely. / AFP / STRINGER (Photo credit should read STRINGER/AFP/Getty Images)
A damaged Boeing 777 is seen at the Dubai airport after it crash-landed, in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, Wednesday, Aug 3, 2016. Dubai-based airline Emirates has confirmed that there were no fatalities on the flight from India that crash-landed at Dubaiâs main airport Wednesday. The carrier says âall passengers and crew are accounted for and safe.â The airline said there were 282 passengers, 18 crew on board. (AP Photo/Jon Gambrell)
This image made from video shows smoke rising after an Emirates flight crash landed at Dubai International Airport on Wednesday, Aug. 3, 2016. The plane at right was unaffected Dubai-based airline Emirates has confirmed that there were no fatalities on a flight from India that crash-landed . The carrier says âall passengers and crew are accounted for and safe.â It raised the number of people onboard the flight to 300, saying there were 282 passengers, 18 crew.(Hayen Ayari via AP)
A damaged Boeing 777 is seen at the Dubai airport after it crash-landed, in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, Wednesday, Aug 3, 2016. Dubai-based airline Emirates has confirmed that there were no fatalities on the flight from India that crash-landed at Dubaiâs main airport Wednesday. The carrier says âall passengers and crew are accounted for and safe.â The airline said there were 282 passengers, 18 crew on board. (AP Photo/Jon Gambrell)
A family that were passengers onboard an Emirates jetliner that crash landed are helped to a taxi in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, on Wednesday, Aug. 3, 2016. n Emirates flight from India with 300 people on board crash landed at Dubai's main airport Wednesday, sending black smoke billowing into the air and halting all traffic at the Middle East's busiest airport. There were no fatalities and all the passengers were safely evacuated before the plane was engulfed in a fireball.(AP Photo/Jon Gambrell)
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Emirates chief executive officer Sheikh Ahmed bin Saeed al-Maktoum gives a press conference near the airpot in Dubai, on August 3, 2016. An Emirates plane with 300 people on board crash-landed and caught fire in Dubai, causing the death of a firefighter and a four-hour shutdown of the busy airport but no fatalities among passengers. The cause of the accident involving a Boeing 777 was not immediately clear, Dubai's government and the carrier said / AFP / KARIM SAHIB (Photo credit should read KARIM SAHIB/AFP/Getty Images)
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The passenger who took the video keeps his camera on as he slides down an inflatable emergency chute from a door of the plane, past a wing on which an engine can be seen burning.

At the bottom of the chute, passengers shout out as they search for relatives and help each other away from the crash site.

All 300 passengers and crew were safely evacuated from the plane, though one firefighter was killed on the ground. Authorities said they were investigating Wednesday's crash, which occurred after the crew apparently attempted unsuccessfully to abort a landing.

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