"Wheel collapsed after landing,
Jersey plane crash: the passengers' story
Passengers on board a plane which crash landed at Jersey Airport have been telling of their terror.
They have been speaking out about the screams and panic on board and the scramble to escape the aircraft.
They also say they are frustrated that some people believe something went wrong as the plane taxied off the runway, insisting they knew there was a problem the moment the plane touched down.
A team of aircraft accident inspectors are in Jersey to take a close look at the plane, which became grounded on the runway.
The undercarriage of a Blue Islands ATR42 with 40 passengers and three crew aboard collapsed after touchdown just before 8.30am Saturday.
There were no injuries but some passengers were screaming as the plane came to an abrupt halt. It was almost eight hours before the airport could re-open.
The airport remained open until late Saturday night to clear the backlog of passengers, but some flights were cancelled.
The plane is being moved to a stand at the rear of the terminal for a close inspection by air accident investigators. It is not yet known if the plane will ever fly again.