ISFAHAN, IRANOn January 5, a Boeing 737-400 of Caspian Airlines suffered a landing-gear accident during landing at Isfahan. Passengers of the aircraft were evacuated via evacuation slides.

The aircraft of the Tehran-based private carrier is seen on the images and videos circulating on social media rolling out without an extended left-hand main gear.Authorities at Isfahan airport closed runway 07L/25R after the incident and passengers were evacuated via evacuation slides on the forward exits.

There is no verified information on whether the landing gear collapsed, or failed to extend before the aircraft touched down, nor the extent of damage to the aircraft.

According to the Iranian authorities, some passengers suffered minor injuries.

The Boeing 737-400 with registration EP-CAP was originally delivered to Malaysia Airlines in 1992 and joined the Iranian operator's fleet in 2014.