A Medway woman was reportedly onboard a Qantas flight forced to make an emergency landing this morning after a large hole appeared in its fuselage.
Sarah Cashford, from Wigmore is understood to have been among the 346 passengers on a longhaul Boeing 747-400 flight diverted to the Philippines after cabin pressure suddenly fell shortly after leaving Hong Kong.
In a radio interview, she said:"There was just a huge bang and the oxygen masks just fell then we did too really.
"The plane just kept dropping, there was a huge rush of wind through the cabin and we didn't know what happened."
The Melbourne bound aircraft, had started its journey in London. The pilot was able to land the aircraft safely but a three metre hole was found in the cargo section of the plane. An investigation has been launched.