A cylinder leak has leaked from a car that went down during an Israeli air traffic control test on Wednesday, causing an accident that killed a passenger and seriously injured several others.
The incident happened around 7:30 p.m. on a commercial flight from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem, when a passenger complained that the front wheels had turned inside the plane’s cabin and that the brakes were not working properly.
According to a report in The Jerusalem News, the plane landed safely, but the incident raised questions about the reliability of air traffic controllers and about the safety of airliners in general.
According the report, the pilot, who was a captain on the flight, told the pilots in the cockpit that the engine was “very, very, very hot” and that he was going to have to pull the car out of the air and take it to a mechanic.
After pulling the car to a repair shop, the passengers said that they noticed that it had a cylinder seal leak on the right side of the engine.
When the mechanic arrived and took a closer look, the cylinder seal was not fully sealed, and the car was rolling sideways.
A technician working on the plane was immediately taken to a hospital in Jerusalem for treatment, where he received treatment for a broken leg, a fractured shoulder and a cracked jaw.
The accident happened when a piston that was meant to help the engine move out of a cylinder was in contact with the cylinder wall, causing the piston to come out of its socket.
The incident caused the car’s engine to fail and then the car came to a stop.
The plane landed with minor damage and several passengers and crew members were taken to the hospital, according to the report.
Air traffic control in Israel is responsible for air traffic over the country, and an internal investigation is underway to determine what went wrong.
The accident has already prompted an inquiry by Israel’s Civil Aviation Authority.
The report on the incident says that the plane had only a passenger seat on the ground, so it is not known if there were any passengers inside.
A spokesperson for the Civil Aviation authority said that it was looking into the incident, and that an investigation would be launched to determine whether there was a mechanical failure or a human error.
The FAA did not immediately respond to The Jerusalem Times’ request for comment.
In a statement released on Wednesday evening, the agency said that “it is extremely difficult to determine how an air traffic controller could have failed to see a cylinder sealing leak.”
It said that in an emergency situation, an emergency personnel may use the emergency services emergency system to check the cylinder and that it is possible to use a camera or video system to help locate the issue.
The Israeli Civil Aviation Administration did not respond to a request for more information.