Investigators are still trying to figure out exactly what went wrong with an Air Canada jet that landed short of the runway in a snow storm in the early hours Sunday.
Flight AC624 was travelling from Toronto to Halifax. Bad weather delayed the landing but when a break came the pilot attempted to land. With that information public and being discussed widely, officials was warning not to jump to conclusions.
The Transportation Safety Board has sent a number of investigators to the scene and Airbus, the French company that manufactured the A320 plane will send their own team.
Part of the investigation will be to look at the plane's design and manufacture.
The plane touched down 335 meters or 1,100 feet short of the runway tearing off the plane's nose, landing gear and throwing the 133 passengers and five crew members to and fro.
In total 23 people were taken to hospital, none with critical injuries.
The scene was described as chaotic with power being shut down at the airport, likely the result of the plane taking out power lines as it crashed.
With the crash of the Germanwings plane in the French Alps last week still fresh on the mind, this Air Canada crash drew plenty of international attention such as the ABC News report below.