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Terror aboard THIRD Malaysia Airlines jet as it is forced to abandon take-off to avoid collision with incoming flight

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  • Flight MH136 was rolling down the runway when it was told to abort take-off
  • Officials say the plane was on collision course with another incoming jet
  • News comes just two weeks after Flight MH17 was shot down over Ukraine
  • In March Flight MH370 disappeared with 298 passengers and crew on board

A Malaysia Airlines plane was forced to abort a take-off after learning that it was on a collision course with an incoming airliner.

Flight MH136, which had 167 passengers on board, was already rolling down the runway at Adelaide Airport yesterday when it was forced to slam on the brakes.

Adelaide Air Traffic Control radioed the flight, bound for Kuala Lumpur, with instructions to abort the takeoff after realising the plane was on a collision course with in incoming jet.

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