An MD-11 operated by Fed Ex Express crashed and burst into flames during landing at Narita International in Tokyo, Japan. The pilot and copilot of Fed Ex Flight 80 were killed in the accident according to a CNN report. The video shows the airplane bouncing twice and rolling left before landing inverted next to the runway.
CNN suggests that wind may have been a factor as winds were reported between 30 to 50 miles per hour at the time of the accident.
Earlier this year a Fed Ex ATR-42 operated by Empire Airways crashed after landing short of the touchdown zone on January 27, 2009.
It looks as though the nose came down hard, leading to a bounce. The airplane pitched down aggressively, leading to a nose-first landing, followed by a second bounce. The airplane then rolled left into the ground.
With the ditching of US Airways 1549 and crash Colgan flight 3407, this is turning into a rough year for aviation. Be careful up there, and fly safe.