An anti-hijack drill is held at Beijiang Airport in southwest China's Chongqing Dec 21. The drill comprises three parts: air transportation of the anti-hijack team, attack and emergency rescue. More than 600 people from departments including civil aviation, armed police, public security, health and fire prevention participated in the drill. The drill aims to examine China's ability in decision-making, organizing and coordination in handling hijack.
Participants to the drill are being reviewed.
Fire fighters perform search and rescue on board when a "fire" breaks out.
An "injured" passenger is carried away.
Medical staffs treat the "injured".
(People's Daily December 23, 2005)