The Reforma.com report on the Air France runway incursion states the following:
- The Air France 777, registration F-GSPP, vacated runway 05R/23L, and without clearance, crossed runway 05L/23R.
- DHL Flight 951 (Mexico City - Cincinnati), a DC-8-73 with registration N806DH, was about 1000m (or 3280ft) into its takeoff roll on 05L when it was instructed to abort takeoff due to AF's incursion.
- The DHL crew steered the DC-8 off the runway to the right side (that gives an idea of how close the situation was to becoming a collision). The day had been rainy, so DHL got stuck in mud.
- There were no injuries.
- Air France flight 439 was later cleared to resume its flight to Paris.
- Runway 05L/23R was closed for over 14 hours, while N806DH was getting its fuel and cargo unloaded, and then towed to the Mexicana de Aviación maintenance base, where it is undergoing evaluation and damage repair.
The article doesn't say at what time the runway incursion happened, but those flights leave at 9pm, so it happened somewhere between 9pm and 10pm, September 24th.
Again, that's the report from Reforma.com, Mexico's leading newspaper website.
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