In the scenario, body parts were scattered at the disaster scene, while the aircraft went up in flames.
Emergency services were then alerted and activated their emergency alarm from the airport. A fire brigade responded to the fire, with the main aim to control the fire and get all the surviving people from the aircraft as fast as possible.
The three-hour disaster management response simulation by multiple forensic units, including law enforcement agencies, was in an effort to prepare them for large-scale emergencies like natural disasters.
It was part of a week-long course hosted by the International Committee of the Red Cross.