Breaking News – Plane Sucked into Black Hole
Breaking News – A passenger plane has been sucked into a Black Hole, unconfirmed reports suggest plane disappeared off radar over Northern Europe. (Picture right is a reconstruction)
Shocked air traffic controllers reported the event to aviation authorities at approximately 11:30pm after the pilot of the Airbus A-340 sent an urgent mayday which was answered at a busy Swiss airport.
In a report by an Aviation Authority spokesman it was stated that the aircraft had not been in service for more than a year, and had passed all safety checks prior to take off.
The report did not say exactly which part of Switzerland the Airbus had been flying over at the time, or if there had been any strange events happened before hand.
“What is known at this moment in time is the fact that an aircraft has disappeared from radar while cruising at 35,000 feet.” The spokesman said.
“We cannot confirm the exact location of the incident due to an investigation which is underway.”
“We at the authority or investigators, feel that it would be beneficial to the investigation if the media descended upon the area in question.”
He continued: “The event has stunned everybody at the airport who initially answered the mayday call; one traffic controller has been taken to a hospital in the area suffering from severe shock. It has been made apparent that the pilot had made some personal life requests to the controller immediately before the Airbus disappeared from the screens.”
“The whole traffic control tower it seems, has been affected by this event. We had to break the news as a matter of public interest. If we are going to have ‘black holes’ appear over Europe, then we need to make the public aware of it. We are asking people in Europe, in fact the whole world to be extra vigilant tonight, as we just don’t know if this is a one off event or if more ‘black holes’ are going to appear at some point in the very near future.”
It seem s however that local police and security officials do not want the media to ‘descend upon the area’ stating that there is an ongoing investigation into the aircraft’s disappearance.
Officer Snowshevich said, “please do not go to the mountain regions of Switzerland until the all clear has been issued. We wish to keep the area free of press and sightseers for the time being while our investigations are carried out.”
“We do not know if there is the possibility of more black Holes appearing, and we do not know if there is an issue with the Hadron Collider at the CERN facility as of yet.” He continued.
The Hadron Collider was recently restarted to recreate the moments of the ‘Big Bang’ in which our Universe was created. Some theorists and scientists have suggested that the particle accelerator at the CERN research facility could produce black holes that could endanger all life on our planet.
There has been no news of any incident involving the Hadron Collider as of yet, and nobody has issued a statement as to any theories of the events involving the passenger aircraft from CERN.
There has been some evacuations of residents in the area in which the aircraft was last tracked on radar, and there is a mounting police and military presence.
This article is purely fictitious and gives one such scenario should an accident happen involving the CERN research Facility. A Black Hole has not swallowed a passenger aircraft over Switzerland and also not one scenario that could have occurred with flight MH370 Malaysia Airways that has been passed around the Internet.