A collision occurred between a Japan Airlines plane and an earthquake relief plane at Tokyo's Haneda airport, resulting in the deaths of five individuals.

The aircraft successfully evacuated all 379 passengers on JAL flight 516, including eight infants under two. 

The Airbus A350-900 aircraft that was travelling from Sapporo, Japan, to Haneda Airport caught fire as soon as it arrived. 

Five crew members perished on the second aircraft, a De Havilland Canada DHC-8, and the captain of the plane is in critical condition. 

In spite of the fact that four people were sent to hospitals, there were no other complaints of injuries received. 

Japan Airlines is participating in an investigation to determine the party responsible for the fatal crash. 

The French aviation agency announced it would dispatch its own investigators to Tokyo to examine the collision. 

The aircraft came to a halt, and individuals evacuated using emergency slides to escape the intense fire.