An Air India Express plane overshot the runway at Mangalore on Saturday, bursting into flames and killing 158 people. At least eight people survived the accident, including a seven-year-old girl who was seen being carried away from the crash site covered in foam; she was treated at the hospital for severe burns. The plane appeared to land smoothly at first, but after the overshoot, a small fire set off a larger explosion. The Associated Press notes that runway overshoots are common, as far as airplane accidents go; most end without injury or damage. It hasn't been a good month for air safety: On May 12, a plane crash in Libya killed 103 on board except for one survivor.