A Boeing 767 with 230 passengers on board made an emergency crash landing at a Warsaw airport around 2:40 p.m. local time (9:40 a.m. EST). The LOT Polish Airlines flight, which originated in Newark, was scheduled to land in Warsaw at 1:30 p.m. local time, but there were problems with the landing gear. The plane circled above the airport for an hour, dumping fuel before coming down in a dramatic belly landing. Here's video:
Reuters reports that Warsaw officials closed the airport to all other flights in preparation for the emergency landing. Nearby streets were also cleared, "and a landing strip was especially prepared at the airport for the crash landing." Local television reports no injuries, but we'll update if more information becomes available.